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RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL 



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RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM 




June Eighth 

Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-Nine 
at 3:00 P. M. 



Program 

PROCESSIONAL 

Marshal Stephen G. Brass 

Aides Ruth L. Ernest and Paul L. Maloof 

Randolph High School Concert Band Mr. Leonard Rapoza, Conductor 

SALUTE TO THE FLAG 

Led by Karen Faith Berman and Brendan J. Crowley 

INVOCATION Rabbi H. Joseph Simckes, Temple Beth Am 

THEME 

"Our Past — Will It Decide Our Future?" Jean Louise Ekman, Salutatorian 
"To Seek a Newer World Eric L. Davis, Valedictorian 

PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS AND AWARDS 

Dr. William M. Leavitt, Chairman, Randolph School Committee 
Assisted by Norman A. Wells, President, Class of 1969 

BENEDICTION Reverend Edwin H. Mover, First Baptist Church 

NATIONAL ANTHEM 

Graduates and Audience 

RECESSIONAL 

Randolph High School Concert Band 

CLASS OFFICERS 

President Norman A. Wells 

Vice President Kathleen A. Torpey 

Secretary Marilyn Broderick 

Treasurer Janet Marie Meaney 

MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Dr. William M. Leavitt, Chairman 

Mrs. George E. Cormey, Secretary 

Mr. Charles E. Green 

Mr. John T. Callahan, Jr. 

Mr. Richard E. Coburn 

Mr. Thomas L. Warren, Superintendent of Schools 

Mr. William J. Lynch, Deputy Superintendent of Schools 

Mr. John E. Zoino, Assistant Superintendent of Schools 

Mr. James L. Topham, Principal of Randolph High School 

THE AUDIENCE IS KINDLY REQUESTED TO: 

Remain seated as the graduates enter and leave the stadium. 

Withhold applause at diploma time until the last diploma has been presented. 

Refrain from picture-talcing at any time during the graduation exercises. 



Graduating Class - 1969 



Donald E. Adams 

Janet D. Adams 

Peter James Adams 

Richard Earl Andler 
**Paul L. Ankener 

Joseph Maxwell Arsenault 

Audrey Bagley 

Warren E. Beard 

Robert Steven Baltimore 
'Robert L. Band 

Lucy E. Banusiewicz 

Carole A. Barkhouse 

Waren E. Baird 

Linda J. Bengin 
"Karen Faith Berman 

Robert R. Bernard 

Leslie H. Bernstein 

Julia Diane Berthelot 

Sheryl Ann Betterman 

Leslie H. Block 
•Nancy S. Blotner 

Elliott Bruce Bluestein 

Marsha L. Boothby 

Adele Bornstein 

John W. Boucher 

Christine M. Bradanese 
"•Stephen G. Brass 

Russell J. Braveman 

Ronald B. Brenner 
*01ga M. Bresciani 
**Marilyn Broderick 

Linda C. Broussard 

Mary Michelle Burley 

Candyce Lynne Butterfield 

Frances Marie Carnes 

John T. Callahan 

Maryellen Cameron 

Nancy E. Campbell 

Gail Elizabeth Caramanica 

Nancy L. Caron 

Christine Carroll 

Anne Marie Chaffee 

Ernest Chatfield 

Deborah Ann Christian 

Glen Alan Cicchini 
•Norman H. Clapp 

Stephen N. Cochis 

Joanne T. Cohen 

Marsha E. Cohen 

Robert Stanley Cohen 

Herbert N. Colcord 

Sharon Ayn Colosi 

James Patrick Conley 

Patricia L. Connelly 



Maryann Theresa Connolly 
Susan Louise Connors 
*David Lee Conrad 
Stephen Allen Corey 
Linda J. Cotter 
Frederick S. Coulson 
Janice T. Crasco 
Bernadette C. Croteau 

^Brendan J. Crowley 
Timothy J. Crowley 
Marie Christine Cullinane 
•Linda Louise Cunliffe 
Diane M. Cunningham 
Diane M. Curran 
Daniel James Curtin 
Richard F. Dacey 
Sandra J. Daley 
Susan M. Daley 

••Eric L. Davis 

Deborah Lee DeLano 
Susan H. Derby 
Christine Marie Dew 
Donna Marie Diauto 
Ellenjane C. Dichiara 
S'ephen P. Dodge 
Susan N. Donnelly 
•Carl Lee Douglas III 
Paul Joseph Drinkwater 
Pe'er John Drinkwater 
Linda Terese Drummey 
David Nelson Dulong 
Carletta Eastmond 
Loren Joan Eicoff 

••Jean Louise Ekman 
David Bruce Elliott 
Jacquelyne Lee Elliott 
Kenneth Albert Elliott 
Janet Doris Erickson 

**Ruth L. Ernest 
"Lewis M. Etcoff 
Allyson Christina Every 
Anne T. Fahey 
Joseph Edward Fahey 
Peter Edward Fahev 
Eileen Ann Farrell 
Linda Gail Fearer 
Alan Gerald Feldman 
Linda Susan Fernald 
Eileen Marie Ferragamo 
Kathleen M. Finneran 
Frances L. Fisher 
Karen A. Fitzpatrick 
Richard W. Fitzpatrick 
Michael Robert Fiumara 



Richard S. Fixler 
Howard Brett Fleischman 
Eleanor Ann Flynn 
James William Foley 
Kathleen A. Ford 
James V. Foster 
Joanne Frances Foti 
Jeanne D. Fowler 
Barbara M. Franke 
Barbara J. Franklin 
Noreen M. Frederickson 
Mary Ann Gallagher 
Richard Francis Gallagher 
Paul Gerard Gallant 
Richard P. Gambino 
G. Stephen George 
Wanda A. Getchell 
Re bin II. Ge'.t'enan 
Alan J. Gold 
Howard Alan Goldman 
Jane Ellen Goldman 
Maureen Y. Goldman 
Richard Alan Goldman 
Richard J. Goodhue 
Jeffrey L. Gordon 
Ruth Elizabeth Gorgone 
Paula Ann Graham 
Diane L. Grant 
Dennis Peter Green 

•Alan H. Greene 
Ira E. Greene 
John J. Griffin 
Edward Charles Guion, Jr. 
Deborah Lois Hammond 
Anne Marie Hanlon 
Elaine Lucielle Hansen 
James L. Harrington 
John Alan Harrington 

•Christine A. Hartley 
Donna Beth Hazel 
Wayne Edward Hess 
William B. Hilchey 
Gaylc Ellen Henrich 
Brian James Hogan 
Judith Ann Howe 
Robert Martin Hyman 

"Valerie E. Irving 
Mary M. Iskra 
Kathleen Marie James 
Kent Steven Jones 
Paul James Jones 
Kathleen Jope 
Clare A. Josephs 
John J. Joyce 



Paul IX Katlcr 
is Jean Keeie 

Thomas Joseph Kelley 

Nancy J. Kelly 

Richard Scott Kizner 
•Enid Beth Koltov 

John Peter Kuzmiski 

Barbara J. Ladny 

Kathleen F. Landrey 
r: Douglas Lane 

Lorraine Laubenstein 

James Joseph Lavin 

David A. Leite 

Rita Deanne Lennon 

Alisa Beth Leondar 

Daniel M. Lesser 

Nancy B. Levine 

William Joseph Lewis 
•Edward William Lindback 

David S. Lipof 

William J. Livingstone 
Karl Dennis Lord 

•Donna Marie Lucy 

"Andrew James Maguire 
Josephine Grace Malfa 
Barbara Anne Mallard 

•Paui L. Maloof 
Steven R. Marcus 
Robert F. Maria 
Robert P. Marsden 

•Ellen Marie Marshall 
Paul F. Martin 
Anne Marie Maynard 
Marilyn McCarthy 
William F. McCurdy, Jr. 
Louise Terese McDonald 
Robert Thomas McDonnell 
Jane Ellen McDonough 
Joseph A. McElroy. Jr. 
Paul M. McElroy 
Deborah McFarland 
Robert H. McGanty 
Caryl A. McGrath 
Kevin F. McGrath 
Brian Francis McGrory 
Geary V. McLeod 
Daniel Clayton McPartland 
Janet Marie Meaney 
Janice E. Medeiros 

s E. Mckler 
Steven K. Metzler 
Deirdre A. Milewski 

run Howard Mogul 
Diane H. Moore 
Peggie A. Moriarty 
Timothy F. Mullaney 



Judith Karen Murdock 
William Edward Murphy 
Robert H. Murphy III 
Terese A. Nelson 
Robert Paul Newcomb 
Kevin A. Noonan 
Lynne M. Noyes 
Carl Oborsky 
Jean Marie O'Brien 
Kathleen A. O'Brien 
Kevin T. O'Connor 
Catherine Marie O'Gorman 
John L. Orgel 
Kristine E. O'Riley 
Barry Ostroff 
Carleton Marie Pantano 
Susan M. Patterson 
Stephen Payaslian 
Robin Edith Pearlman 
Beth Pearlstein 
Janie M. Pemberton 
Harold A. Perreault 
Francis Joseph Phillips 
William Thomas Pierce 
Margaret Mary Pochay 
Jean M. Poor 
Cynthia J. Powers 
Maureen E. Prince 
Peter J. Queenan 
Steven A. Quinney 
Louise D. Rachin 
Shelley Lauren Rattet 
Anne Marie Raymond 
Joseph P. Rcnna 
Ava F. Rent 
Sharon Ann Richardson 
Joseph J. Robson 
Elaine Barbara Rodberg 
Karen Ann Rodgers 
Jane Ellen Rosenberg 
Roberta F. Rothman 
Anne M. Rudzinski 
Beverly E. Runge 
Steven P. Rush 
Claire Therese Ryan 
Mary Margaret Saccone 
Charles Joseph Salamone 
Robert W. Scahill 
Diane L. Schultz 
Grace A. Scionti 
Donna Marie Senato 
Peter Richard Serena 
Robin L. Shaer 
Nancy Shannon 
Paul F. Shuman 
Sandra R. Siegel 



Susan R. Siegel 
Katherine Aurora Silva 
Joel Alan Singer 
Francis Thomas Small 
Kathleen L. Smart 
Jean E. Smith 
•Richard M. Sneider 
Marcia H. Solon 
'Cynthia Cheryl Spiro 
Barbara Ann Steele 
Arlene H. Stone 
Paul Michael Stone 
Ralph F. Stowe 
Arthur M. Sullivan 
Elisabeth Dawn Sullivan 
Robert Joseph Sullivan 
Sandra Evelyn Sweeney 
Sandra Jean Szymczuk 
Delores Ann Tanasso 
•Claire P. Teed 
Fred A. Tempesta 
Stephen J. Temple 
Jean M. Thompson 
Thomas G. Tolson 
Katherine A. Toomey 
Kathleen A. Torpey 
Myrna S. Tucker 
Martha Anne Tuv 
Joanne Marie Vaughn 
Gildo E. Venditelli 
Gerald M. Volkin 
Amy G. Volovick 
Eleanor Marie Wall 
Joyce E. Walters 
Patricia Karen Watson 
Maryalice Weaver 
Jeffrey C. Weinberg 
Steven M. Weisberg 
Ethel-Jean Weiss 
Eileen Patricia Welch 
Norman A. Wells 
Paul D. Wengler 
Jeffrey A. Wexler 
Robert Douglas Whitcher 
Sandra Ann Wickey 
Samuel Wigfall 
Michael W. Wiley 
Janet Louise Williams 
Karen V. Wood 
Terrill E. Yarde 
Kathryn D. Young 
Judith A. Yundt 
John F. Zaccardi 
Howard Frank Zax 
Paul Edward Zecchini 



■* High Honors 
• Honor*; 



Awards 

Renssalear Polytechnic Institute (Science) Douglas S. Levine, 70 

The Harvard Prize Book Douglas S. Levine, 70 

Daughters of the American Revolution Mary Ann Gallagher 

Turner Medal Award Susan N. Donnelly, Paul L. Maloof 

Philip's Department Store Paul L. Ankener 

American Legion Award, Post 169 Janet D. Adams and Lewis M. Etcoff 



Regional Awards 



Norfolk South District Medical Society Scholarship Claire Therese Ryan 

Tilestone and Hollingsworth Company Scholarship Nancy J. Kelly 



College Scholarship Awards 

Boston University (4) Northeast Louisiana State College 

Brown University Renssalear Polytechnic Institute 

Clark University United States Military Academy 

Harvard University University of Connecticut 

Jackson College University of Massachusetts 

Northeastern University (4) University of Rochester (2) 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute 



Local Scholarships 
* 

Ladies Library Association Christine A. Hartley- 
Junior Ladies Library Association Janet D. Adams 

Amvets, Post #51 Kristine E. O'Riley 

Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post #3389 Linda Louise Cunliffe 

Fernandes Supermarket, Inc. Stephen Allen Corey 

Frank Diauto Memorial Jerry Douglas Lane 

Randolph Band Parents ........ Ronald B. Brenner, Robert Martin Hyman / 

Randolph Insurance Agents Association Marilyn Broderick 

Randolph Kiwanis Club Wanda A. Getchell 

Randolph Lions Club Kristine E. O'Riley 

Randolph Rotary Club Christine A. Hardey 

Joe Lapchick Scholarships Paul M. McElroy, David Lee Conrad 

Randolph Manufacturing Company Norman H. Clapp 

In Memory of Mr. Joseph Cohen 

Memorial Scholarship Award Robin Edith Pearlman 

In Memory of: Robert M. Cartwright, Class of 1964 
Edward Scahill, Class of 1965 

Marguerite M. O'Neil Memorial Scholarship Claire P. Teed 

Jonbridge Memorial Myrna S. Tucker 

Music Fund Scholarships Donna Beth Hazel, Beth Pearlstein, 

Paul Edward Zecchini 
Randolph High School Dramatic Club Joseph A. McElroy, Jr. 

Randolph High School Future Nurses Club Linda J. Cotter 

Randolph High School Future Teachers Club Jane Ellen Rosenberg 

Randolph High School Oracle Richard Earl Andler / 

Randolph High School Student Council Marilyn Broderick 

Randolph Practical Arts Evening Classes Leslie H. Bernstein, 

Susan Louise Connors, Linda J. Cotter, Claire Therese Ryan, 
Nancy Shannon, Mary Margaret Saccone, Ethel-Jean Weiss, 

Joanne Frances Foti 

Randolph Secondary Teachers Association Cynthia Cheryl Spiro 

Randolph Teachers Association Myrna S. Tucker 

Randolph Education Secretaries Association Marilyn Broderick 

Paul Baker Memorial Scholarship Norman A. Wells 

William M. Trostel Memorial Scholarship David Lee Conrad 

Knights of Columbus Kevin F. McGrath 

Randolph Art Association Eileen Marie Ferragamo 

South Shore Planning Associates, Inc. Lewis M. Etcoff 



. . . And Growing Is 
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STAFF 



Editors- in-Chief: Karen Berman and Lewis Etcoff 



Business Manager: Paul Maloof 



Senior Class Publication 

RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL 

Randolph, Massachusetts 

Volume 53 




The 1969 Oracle 

CONTENTS 

Curriculum Page 15 

Classes Page 37 

Activities Page 125 

Sports Page 147 








Mr. James L. Topham checks report cards. 



Our goal lies with the future. At Randolph High we have grown into 
versatile individuals. We have developed our abilities and our interests; and, 

I now that we are leaving, we must use these abilities and skills in the best 
manner we can, so that we may continue to grow. 




Paul McElroy, Dave Dulong, Walter Clarke, Tim Crowley, John Gionet, Steve Fahey relax during a track meet. 





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Mr. Nicholas Mackey gives professional instruction to his typewriting class. 





Behind us are years of fun and hard work. New 
friendships were formed and new interests explored. 
Although we are leaving a familiar world, we leave 
better prepared by the knowledge we have gained. 



Miss Barbara Hughes works on Valentine decoration with E. Parker, A. 
Burke. 





Randolph's Cheerleaders: SEATED: Sue McCambly, Pat O'Gorman, Mai Broderick, Alice Stone, Donna 
Kritzman. STANDING: Mary Connolly, Rosemarie Fahey, Janice Donovan, Kathy O'Brien, Cathy 
O'Gorman, Sandy Wickey. 



Mr. Herbert Wolfer and Barry Ostroff work in the Science Dept. bookroom. 



One day at Randolph is often much the same as any other, 
but it manages to have a character that sets it apart. The 
details are the same: homeroom classes, lunch period, meetings 
after school — but some particular feature, an assembly, a 
Track meet marks each day as separate in our memories. These 
are the landmarks that have marked our growth. 



Terry Yarde punts out of the zone. 




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Bob Vespa sits and dreams. 




Myrna Tucker works on a poster. 

Janet McDonough and the girls from the drill team and band cheer the Blue 
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Randolph High School, The Near Future 



The essence of Randolph is growth. Each 
year we have seen more students in our 
classrooms, more teachers to teach more 
varied subjects, bigger and better teaching 
equipment to inspire our intellectual growth. 
Our school has grown to meet our needs; our 
achievements reflect the efforts of our 
administrators and teachers. The future is up 
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Now that we are leaving we know 
what Randolph High is. It is more than 
brick and mortar, desks and chairs. We 
have found ourselves at Randolph; we 
have grown both physically and men- 
tally at Randolph, and we shall continue 
to grow. 




Mr. James Santry works the Business Department's new electrical equipment. 



Carl Lord throws the shot-put in competition. 






Miss Marie Cirelli gives instructions 
to her typing class. 



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Dedicated to 

a gentleman, 

teacher, friend. 




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Mr. Richard F. Power 

The Class of 1969 proudly dedicates their Oracle to Mr. Richard F. Power: teacher, 
Coordinator of English, gentlemen. His unselfish concern for the youth of Randolph 
and the understanding and wisdom with which he undertakes all his endeavors have 
been an inspiration to his students as well as to his colleagues. He serves the 
Randolph School System well. 



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CURRICULUM 




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James L. Topham — Principal 



Mr. Topham checks attendance. 





Cyril T. Powderly - Vice-Principal 



Mr. Powderly smiles a warm good-morning. 




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ADMINISTRATION 



Competent Leadership 




Mr. William J. Lynch 
Deputy Superintendent 



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Mr. John E. Zoino 
Assistant Superintendent 




Mr. Thomas L. Warren 
Superintendent of Schools 




SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



SEATED: Mrs. Lorraine McCabe, Secretary to the School Committee; 
Mrs. Marie H. Cormey, Mr. John F. Callahan, Mr. Charles E. Green, Jr., 
Dr. William M. Leavitt. STANDING: Mr. Thomas L. Warren, Superin- 



tendent; Mr. Richard Coburn, Mr. William J. Lynch, Deputy Superin- 
tendent; Mr. Bruce Dunbar, Administrative Assistant; Mr. John E. 
Zoino, Assistant Superintendent. 



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Preparing Young Men and Women for Tomorrow's 




Mr. Phil Saba discusses college boards with a group of seniors. 



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Challenges Counseling Insures Proper Placement 




GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT 

Each year the Guidance Department 
takes great steps in providing both ad- 
vancement of school standards and bet- 
ter opportunity of placement. Applica- 
tions, references, and careful examina- 
tion of student aptitude for the right 
choice of college are daily offerings. 
Whatever the future, wise counseling 
from our guidance counsellors insures 
proper placement. 





Mr. Philip Saba 
Guidance Counselor 




Mr. Arthur P. Mullaney, Jr. 
Director of Guidance 



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Miss Barbara Maggio 
Guidance Counselor 




Mr. Robert Kondracki, Guidance 
Counselor, Work-Study Supervisor, 
Coordinator of Data Processing. 



Miss Genevieve Clemens 
Guidance Counselor 



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Specialists 






Mr. Joseph J. Zapustas, Director of Physical 
Education and Athletics. 



Mr. Leonard Rapoza, Band, Chorus, Music 
Theory & appreciation. Director of Music. 



Mr. John Gene Papa — Reading, Humanities, 
Advisor to the Oracle Staff. 





Mi»s Barbara Hughes uses leisure time to sketch. 



Mrs. Lillian Lowrance, Mrs. Aileen Appleton, and Miss Ruth Shurrocks relax 
during lunch. 



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Mr. Samuel Polio — Mechanical Drawing 
(Advanced), Driver Training, Academic 
Achievements Award Program. 






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Miss Ruthe E. Shurrocks — 

Boys Foods, Home Ec. I, II, 
III, Foods Electives, Marriage 
& Family Living, Interior 
Decorating. 



Mrs. Lillian Lowrance — Home 
Economics I, II, IV, Advisor 
to FHA. 



Mr. Frank Shedlock — Phy- 
sical Education, Assistant 
Football Coach, J.V. Basket- 
ball Coach. 



Mrs. Emma Donahue, R.N. — 
School Nurse, Advisor to 
Future Nurses Club. 






Miss Marily Hawkes — Me- 
chanical Drawing I, Elective 
Art, Art Appreciation. 



Mrs. Aileen Appleton — Lib- 
rarian, Advisor to Library 
Club. 



Miss Dorothy Skeels .— Phy- 
sical Education, Advisor to 
Photography Club. 



Miss Barbara Hughes — Free- 
hand Drawing, Advisor to Art 
Club. 



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ENGLISH 



Communication 

and 
Understanding 





Mr. Richard F. Power: C.P. English 4A; 
Coordinator of English. 




Mrs. Jean Noblin teaches the subtleties of Edgar Allen Poe. 



Mr. Donald J. Nelson: 
C P. Eng. 3 B & C; 
General Eng. 3, Basic 
Comp. 3; Advisor to 
National Honor Soci- 
ety. 

Mr. Anthony C. Vel 
lante: C. P. English 4, 
General Eng. 4, Drama 
Seminar, Advisor to the 
Dramatics Club. 

Mr. Edward M. Mash 
nek: General English 3, 
Bus. Eng. 3, Work- 
Study English; Advisor 
to the Junior Class. 

Mrs. Carol Dowd: C. P. 
English 2, General Eng. 
2, Business Eng. 2. 




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Miss Paula M. Delaney: C. P. 

Eng. 4; General Eng.; Basic 
Composition. 



Miss Ellen A. McKendry: Busi- 
ness Eng. 2; General English 2, 
Effective Speech, Advisor to 
the Debating Club. 

Miss Nancy Boland: C. P. Eng. 
3, Bus. Eng. 2A; Journalism; 
Advisor to the Sophomore 
Class; Public Relations Direc- 
tor. 



Miss Martha M. Foley: English 
2, Advanced Composition. 



Miss Linda Cormier: English 2. 



Mrs. Jean Noblin: English 3; 
English 2, Literary Advisor to 
the Blue and White Banner. 



Miss Eleanor M. Kelley: Busi- 
ness English 4. 



Mrs. Helen McGonigle: C. P. 

English 3, Bus. Eng. 3, Modern 
American Writings. 



Mrs. Ann F. Whouley: C. P. 
Eng. 4, C. P. Eng. 2; Basic 
Composition. 



ENGLISH 

Most of the occupations and professions 
for which our students are preparing require 
a high degree of skill in speaking effectively 
and in understanding difficult and technical 
reading material. Therefore, the English 
Department aims to assist the students with 
a mastery of these skills. The English staff is 
trying to develop the students' habits of 
reading for pleasure and knowledge and the 
desire to sharpen and improve their ability 
to communicate and to understand so that 
these habits persist for a lifetime. 




Mr. Richard F. Power reviews the evolution of the Drama to his Senior class. 



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BUSINESS 

Efficient, 
Accurate, 
Always Working 



Miss Marion F. Diemond: Office Practice; 
Supervisor of Supplies; Advisor to the Senior 
Class Coordinator of the Business Education 
Department. 




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Julia Berthelot and Linda Courtney practice 
on the new electric typewriters. 




Mr. Dennis McKee prepares a form for Bookkeeping. 



Miss Barbara O'Neill demonstrates a basic typewriting tech- 
nique to Gary Lezberg. 




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BUSINESS 

The Business Department trains our stu- 
dents in shorthand, transcription, and type- 
writing. An ever-increasing amount of our 
students are being accepted at business 
schools, junior colleges, and part-time jobs 
with the help of a formal placement service. 
The Department has two multi-channel dic- 
tation laboratories which are used for in- 
struction in stenography and typewriting. 
The Business Department also has an Edu- 
cational Development Laboratory which 
flashes on a screen words or phrases which 
the students type while keeping their eyes 
off the keyboard. 




Mr. James H. Santry: Tran- 
scription; Stenography; Note- 
hand; Business Advisor to the 
Blue and White Banner; Ad- 
visor to the Student Council; 
President, Randolph Second- 
ary Teachers Association. 

Miss Barbara O'Neill: Type- 
writing |; Secretary, Randolph 
Teachers Association. 

Mr. John M. Hurley: Business 
Mathematics; Economics, 
Business Law; Junior High 
Track Coach. 



Mr. Nicholas Mackey: Type- 
writing I; Stenography; Tran- 
scription; Assistant Editor, 
Oracle. 



Miss Marie L. Cirelli: Type- 
writing 2. 



Mr. David K. Cronin: Book- 
keeping; High School Activi- 
ties Treasurer. 



Mr. Dennis J. McKee: Book- 
keeping; Business Math. 



Miss Sheila A. Shapiro: Type- 
writing I. 



Mr. Paul M. Kelley: Consumer 
Economics: Recordkeeping; 
Instructor, Driver Education. 



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LANGUAGES 




Enid Koltov interviews Mr. Richard Kaegael for the Oracle. 

The World is ot your Feet 



LANGUAGES 

At Randolph the method of teaching foreign languages is to 
develop the skills of listening and speaking during the 
beginning years of language study and the skills of reading and 
writing during the latter years with a six-year sequence 
providing the optimum language learning sequence. Thus, the 
four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing, in that 
order, are the four basic objectives of foreign language 
teaching. 








Mr. Richard J. Kaegael: French 3A, French 
5, Coordinator of Foreign Languages, Pres- 
ident, Randolph Teachers Association. 



Jerry Crimmins listens attentively in the language lab. 



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Mr. Paul R. Connors: Spanish 
1.2.4. 



Mrs. Carrie Regenstein: Span- 
ish 1, 2, 3; Advisor to the 
Spanish Club. 



Mrs. Joan Capriole: Latin 2, 3, 
4. 



Mrs. Ann M. Skelly: French 
Review; French 3, 4. 



Mrs. Sara Scolnick: French 2, 
Spanish 1. 



Mrs. Ann Kirkpatrick: French 
1.2,3. 




The Language lab in session. 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 




SOCIAL STUDIES 

Man's relationship to his environment, both past 
and present, is explored by the Social Studies Depart- 
ment. It is the goal of this department to instill in all 
students a bent towards a good and enduring interest in 
human problems and human achievement. Since its 
future is gauged by the past, the value of history 
continually increases. 




Mr. Leo J. McGuirk: Honors World History; 
C.P. World History; Coordinator of Social 
Studies. 



Training For a New 



Mr. Winston Fairfield shows slides to his class. 




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Mr. Donald Carey studies for his next 
class. 



Tomorrow 




Mrs. Katherine B. Groon: 
C.P.U.S. History; Survey, U.S. 
History; Contemporary Af- 
fairs; Advisor to the Senior 
Class. 

Mr. Thomas C. Lane: C.P.U.S. 
History; Honors U.S. History; 
Contemporary Affairs, Hu- 
manities. 



Mr. Winston L. Fairfield, Jr.: 

C.P. American History; Sur- 
vey, Amer. History. 

Mr. Donald Carey: Survey 
World History; Contemporary 
Appairs; Survey U.S. History, 
Varsity Basketball Coach. 



Mr. Charles H. White: U.S. 
History; World History; Ad- 
visor to the Current Affairs 
Club. 

Mr. Malcolm Hill: Sociology; 
Geography; Track & Cross- 
country Coach. 



Mr. Theodore Pina: C. P. 

World History; Sociology; 
Contemporary Affairs; Senior 
Class Advisor. 

Mr. Lawrence Apostolon: 
C.P.U.S. History, Problems of 
Democracy. 




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SCIENCE 



The Science Department, under the direc- 
tion of Mr. Herbert Wolfer, provides a varied 
and comprehensive range of studies. Great 
advancement has been made in the past few 
years and many new courses have been 
initiated to furnish students with a complete 
science education in physics, chemistry, and 
biology. Because of the large number of 
students this year, a lab assistance program 
was started whereby teachers with free 
periods supervised the lab to give it added 
safety. Since science plays an important part 
in industry and the future lives of our 
students, these courses are designed to pro- 
vide an insight into its functions and to 
prepare us for everyday life. 




Mr. Wolfer emphasizes an important 
point. 



Mr. Herbert A. Wolfer, P.S.S.C. Physics; 
Coordinator of the Science Dept. 



Exploring Our World 



Mr. William O'Brien experiments with the Department's guinea pig. 




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Mrs. Carol Cahil - CBA Chem- 
istry, Chemistry, Advisor to 
the Cheerleaders. 




Mr. Joseph Bourgeois — Bi- 
ology, Ecology, Advisor to 
Oceanography Club. 



Mr. Arthur J. Bumpus, Jr. — 

CP Biology, Traditional Chem- 
istry. 



Mr. William Farrell - CP Bi- 
ology, Special Materials. 



Mr. John F. Zipeto — Chem. 
Study, CP Chemistry. 



Mr. Kevin O'Brien - BSCS 
Biology, Physiology 



Mr. William O'Brien, Jr. 

Physics, Practical Science 



Mr. Richard King 
istry, Chem. Study. 



Chem- 



Miss Victoria Berestecky — C. 
P. Biology, Biology. 




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MATHEMATICS 




Mr. Paul J. Lehtinen: Algebra; Trig- 
onometry; College Advanced Math.; 
Coordinator of Mathematics. 




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JHU4 1 « « 4 •>t*'UUUUU** + %.% *i 
, , , , , 4 ttUUtUUtUU lite 



Mr. Laurence Goldstein times a test. 



Practical Knowledge and Developing Theory 




Mrs. Ann Roper utilizes the overhead projector. 



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Mr. Laurence C. Goldstein: 

Algebra I, Basic Math. 

Mrs. Ann Roper: Modern 
Geometry; Modern Algebra 
2. 



Mr. Ronald Mavor: Plane 
Geometry; Tennis Coach. 

Mrs, Anne M. Hogan: Al- 
gebra 1; Algebra 2; Trigo- 
nometry, Advisor to the 
Future Teachers Club. 



Mr. Ronald Mavor explains intricacies of 
an angle. 

MATHEMATICS 

Part of our Growth 



Miss Barbara Barr Adds a smile to her teaching. 





Mrs. Carol A. DeCost: Al- 
gebra 2; Intermediate Al- 
gebra, Plane Geometry. 



Miss Barbara Barr: Plane 
Geometry, Algebra 2, Inter- 
mediate Algebra. 



The Mathematics Department strives to teach the students 
the basic concepts of math from basic math to calculus. Before 
this can be achieved, the staff itself must understand the 
theories and methods taught. This year the teachers attended 
an in-service training course provided by the Wang Labora- 
tories. There, they are also learning how to use an electronic 
computer, which the department, under the guidance of Mr. 
Paul Lehtinen, hopes will serve as a teaching aid. 

Mathemtaics, the key to the future, provides us with 
opportunities which can lead to success. 



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Our Loyal and Efficient Secretaries 




Mrs. Mary Jo Vennik 



Mrs. Elizabeth Fleming 



Mrs. Rose Simmons 




R.H.S. Office girls 



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A Vital Service to our School 




CAFETERIA WORKERS: SEATED: A. Adamski, D. Whitcher, R. Anderson, J. Canavan, M. McElroy. STANDING: E. Dillis, A. Maria, G. Gardner, 
Manager, A. Previte, M. Hibbett. 



Non-f each ing Personnel 



Mr. Al Alden, Head Custodian at the High School. 



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Our cooks wash the pots and pans after lunch. 



CLASSES 




SEN/OR CLASS OFFICERS 






Norman Wells — President 



Kathy Torpey - Vice-President 





■■■■■IB 



Marilyn Broderick - Secretary 



Janet Meaney — Treasurer 



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Mr. Theodore Pina, adviser to the Senior Class, lectures to his senior Miss Marion Diemond, adviser to the Senior Class, checks student dues, 

students. 




Seniors Benefit From 



Competent Guidance 



Mrs. Kathy Groon, adviser to the Senior Class, teaches her Contem- 
porary Affairs students. 



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As Our Senior Year 



Adams, Donald 

Adams, Janet D. 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 2, 3; Student 
Council 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Girls' State Nominee 3; 
Student Council Service Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Represen- 
tative 4; Class Committee 3, 4 

Adams, Peter J. 

Track 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 4; Political Science Club 2, 4 

Andler, Richard E. 

Oracle Staff 3, Senior Class Editor 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Blue 

and White Banner Business Staff 3, 4; History Club 2, 3 

Ankener, Paul L. 

Track 3; Softball, Manager 2; Soccer 2, 3; Political Science 

Club 4 

Arsenault, John 
Oracle Staff 4 





DONALD ADAMS 



JANET D. ADAMS 




PETER J. ADAMS 



RICHARD E. ANDLER 



PAUL L. ANKENER 



JOHN ARSENAULT 



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Draws to an End 




Janet Adams and Ruth Ernest look over college acceptances 
in the guidance office. 




JOSEPH M. ARSENAULT 



AUDREY BAGLEY 





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STEPHEN D. BAIRD 



ROBERT S. BALTIMORE 




ROBERT L. BAND 



mm 

LUCY BANUSIEWICZ 



Arsenault, Joseph M. 

Football 3 

Bagley, Audrey 

Powder Puff Football 3, A; Office Assistant 4 

Baird, Stephen D. 

Football 2; Basketball 2; Hockey 4; Spring Track 2 



Baltimore, Robert S. 

Track 2; Honor Roll 2; Political Science Club 4 

Band, Robert L. 

Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Blue and White Banner Literary Staff 4; 
Political Science Club 4; Future Teachers Club 4 

Banusiewicz, Lucy 
Powder Puff Football 4 



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We Cherish Many 



CAROLE A. BARKHOUSE 



KENNETH BARTELL 




WARREN E. BEARD 



LINDA J. BENGIN 





Shelly Rattet and Carl Douglas are interrupted in their 
studies. 



KAREN F. BERMAN 



ROBERT R. BERNARD 



Barkhouse, Carole A. 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee 1 

Bartell, Kenneth 

Beard, Warren E. 
Track 2, 4 

Bengin, Linda J. 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Class Committee 3, 4; Girls' 
Basketball 3, 4; Future Homemakers of America 3, 4; Oracle 
Staff 4, Student Council Service Club 4 

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Berman, Karen F. 

Dramatics Club 2, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 2, 3, 4; Oracle Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Class Committee 
3; Senior Class Advisory Board 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3 

Bernard, Robert R. 



Fond Memories 




Bernstein, Leslie H. 

Homeroom Representative 2; Oracle Literary Staff 4, Oracle 
Business Staff 4; Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 
Club 2 

Berthelot, Julia 

Future Homemakers of America 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 
4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 3, 4 

Betterman, Sheryl A. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 4; Oracle Business Staff 
4, Literary Staff 4; Blue and White Banner Business Staff 4; 
Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 2 

Block, Leslie H. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 
2, 3; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 

Blotner, Nancy S. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Oracle Sta* f 4; Junior Prom 
Decorating Committee 3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; 3'v? =" 1 d White 
Banner Business Staff 4, Literary Staff 4; Span 1 ? "? 3, 4; 

Scholastic Achievement Award Winner 3 

Bluestein, Elliott B. 
Track 2; Honor Roll 4 





LESLIE H.BERNSTEIN 



JULIA BERTHELOT 




SHERYL A. BETTERMAN 



LESLIE H. BLOCK 




NANCY S. BLOTNER 



ELLIOTT B. BLUESTEIN 



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We Leave Our 



Boothby, Marsha L. 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Girls' Softball 3, 4; Volleyball 4 
Chorus 2, 3; Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4 
Majorettes Co-Captain 3, 4; Blue and White Banner Staff 4 
Student Council Service Club 

Bornstein, Adele: 

Dramatics Club 2; Future Nurses Club 2, 4 

Boucher, John W. 

Football 2; Baseball 2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4 

Bradanese, Christine 
Drill Team 3,4 

Brass, Stephen G. 

Tennis 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 
Blue and White Banner Feature Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4 
Boys' State Nominee 3; Political Science Club 2, 3, 4 
Student Council Advisory Board 4 

Braveman, Russel J. 

Football 2; Bowling 2, 3; Honor Roll 4; Auto Club 3, 4 




1 ( 



■ft' '-Ml BHMHB! 

MARSHA L. BOOTHBY ADELE BORNSTEIN 











JOHN W. BOUCHER 



CHRISTINE BRADANESE 



STEPHEN G. BRASS 



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RUSSELL J. BRAVEMAN 



Friends Behind 












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V 



Donna Hazel and Marcia Solon concentrate on Spanish. 



Brenner, Ronald 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Student 

Council Advisory Board 4 

Bresciani, Olga M. 

Chorus 2, 3; Dramatics Club 4; Cheerleader 2, 3; Art Club 4; 

National Honor Society 2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 

Broderick, Marilyn 

Class Secretary 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 3; Honor Roll 2, 3; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Oracle 
Homeroom Editor 4; Girls' State 3; Citizen of the Month 4; 
Academic Achievement Award 3, 4; Senior Board of 
Directors 4 





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RONALD BRENNER 



OLGA M. BRESCIANI 




MARILYN BRODERICK 



LINDA C. BROUSSARD 





MARYM.BURLEY 



CANDYCE L. BUTTERFIELD 



Broussard, Linda C. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4 

Burley, Mary M. 

Butterf ield, Candyce L. 

Girls' Basketball 2; Librarian 2; Future Nurses Club 2 



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FRANCES M. CAIRNS 



JOHN CALLAHAN 




Our Experiences As 




MARYELLEN CAMERON 



NANCY E.CAMPBELL 




Sandy Sweeny and Jane Rosenberg listen to advanced 
French. 



GAIL C.CARAMANICA 



NANCY CARON 



Cairns, Frances M. 

Office Assistant 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Future Home- 
makers of America 2 



Campbell, Nancy E. 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Future Home- 
makers of America 2, 3; Drill Team 2, 3, 4 



Callahan, John 
Football 3,4 



Caramanica, Gail C. 

Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 

Club 3; Pep Squad 2; Latin Club 2 



Cameron, Maryellen 
Powder Puff Football 4 



Caron, Nancy 
Office Assistant 4 



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Bewildered Freshmen End 








• 



Carroll, Christine A. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2; Future Homemakers of 
America 3; Banner Staff 3; Future Nurses Club 2, 3; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 3 

Chaffee, Anne 

Chatfield, Ernest 

Christian, Deborah A. 

Class Committee 4, Academic Achievement Award Nominee 

2 

Cicchini, Glenn A. 

Football 2; Baseball 3; Track 2 

Clapp, Norman H. 

Class President 2; Football 3, 4; Basketball 2; Track 2, 4; 
Student Council 4; Boys' State Nominee 3; Oracle Sports 
Co-editor 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3 




CHRISTINE A.CARROLL 



ANNE CHAFFEE 




ERNEST CHATFIELD 



DEBORAH A. CHRISTIAN 



GLENN A. CICCHINI 



NORMAN H. CLAPP 



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High School Was 



Cochis, Stephen N. 

Cohen, Joanne T. 
Honor Roll 4 

Cohen, Marsha E. 

Chorus 2; Honor Roll 2; Future Teachers Club 4 

Cohen, Robert S. 

Colcord, Herbert IM. 

Football 3, 4; Baseball 2; Golf 3, 4; Hockey 4; Honor Roll 3, 
4; Oracle Sports Editor 4 

Colosi, Sharon A. 

Future Nurses Club 2, Historian 3, Vice-President 4; Drama- 
tics Club 2, 3, 4; Class Committee 3; Future Homemakersof 
America 3, 4 





STEPHEN N. COCHIS 



JOANNE T. COHEN 




ROBERT S.COHEN HERBERT N. COLCORD 

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SHARON A. COLOSI 



A Different Life 




Eileen Penney is bewildered as Carl Douglas picks the wrong 
door. 




JAMES P. CONLEY 



PATRICIA L. CONNELLY 




MARY ANNE T. CONNOLLY 



SUSAN CONNORS 




DAVID L.CONRAD 



STEPHEN A. COREY 



Conley , James P. 

Football 2, 3, 4 Captain; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 

Hockey 4; Student Council Advisory Board 4 

Connelly, Patricia L. 

Chorus 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Class Committee 3; Honor 
Roll 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 3; Future Teachers Club 4; 
Academic Achievement Award 3 

Connolly, Maryanne T. 

Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; 
Oceanography Club 3,4; S.U.P. I.O. 2 



Connors, Susan 

Conrad, David L. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Band 
2, 3, 4; Boys' State 3; Future Teachers Club 4 

Corey, Stephen A. 

Football 3, 4; Basketball 2; Softball 2, 3; Honor Roll 4; 
Oracle Assistant Sports Editor 4; Student Council Service 
Club 4 



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Shakespeare and Algebra 



LINDA J. COTTER 




' ,1 

JANICE CRASCO 



FREDERICK COULSON 



A 



BERNADETTE C. CROTEAU 





Ruth Ernest and Leslie Bernstien study 18th century English 
lit in the NHS bookstore. 



BRENDAN J. CROWLEY 



TIMOTHY CROWLEY 



Cotter, Linda J. 

Class Committee 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 4; Blue and White 
Banner Staff 4, Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 
President 4; Academic Achievement Nominee 2, 3 

Crasco, Janice 

Coulson, Frederick 

Croteau, Bernadette C. 

Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Class Committee 4; Future Homemakers of America 4; 
Future Teachers Club 3, 4 



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Crowley, Brendan J. 

Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Academic 

Achievement Award Nominee 2, 3 

Crowley, Timothy 

Track 2, 3, 4; Academic Achievement Award 3 






Were Our Problems 




Cullinane, Christine M. 

Chorus 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Future Homemakers of 

America 2; Powder Puff Football 4 

Cunliffe, Linda L. 

Chorus 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Class Committee 4; Blue and 
White Banner Staff 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 

Cunningham, Diane 

Curtm, Daniel 

Curran, Diane 

Dacey, Richard 




CHRISTINE M. CULLINANE 



LINDA L. CUNLIFFE 




DIANE CUNNINGHAM 



DIANNE CURRAN 



DANIEL CURTIN 



RICHARD DACEY 



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We Became Sophomores 



Daley, Sandra J. 

Daley, Susan M. 

Chorus 2; Class Committee 4; Future Homemakers of 

America 3; Drill Team 3, 4 

Davis, Eric L. 

Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, Treasurer 4; 
Blue and White Banner Staff 2, 3, News Editor 4; Boys' State 
Nominee 3; History Club 2, 3, 4 

Delano, Deborah 

Derby, Susan H. 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Class Committee 3, 4; Future 

Homemakers of America 2; Drill Team 4 

Dew, Christine M. 

Chorus 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4 





SANDRA J. DALEY 



SUSAN M. DALEY 




ERIC L. DAVIS 



DEBORAH DELANO 



SUSAN H. DERBY 



CHRISTINE M. DEW 



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The Wise Fools 




Beth Pearlstein and Cindy Spiro are taken by surprise. 





DONNA D I AUTO 



ELLENJANE C. DICHIARA 




STEPHEN P. DODGE 



SUSAN N. DONNELLY 




CARL L. DOUGLAS 



PAUL J. DRINKWATER 



Diauto, Donna 
Dichiara, Ellenjane C. 
Dodge, Stephen P. 

Donnelly, Susan N. 

Homeroom Representative 4; Girls' Basketball 3, 4; Powder 
Puff Football 3, 4; Class Committees 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; 
Oracle Staff 4; Future Homemakers of America 2, 3 



Douglas, Carl L. 

Track 4; Dramatics Club 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; 
Blue and White Banner Feature Editor 4; Blue and White 
Banner Staff 2, 3, 4; Oracle Business Staff 4 

Drinkwater, Paul J. 



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PETER DRINKWATER 



LINDA T. DRUMMEY 




DAVID DULONG 



CAR LETT A EASTMOND 




Long, Hard 




Karen Fitzpatrick and Janet Adams lend a friendly smile to 
the school photographer. 



LOREN J. EICOFF 



JEAN L. EKMAN 



Drinkwater, Peter 

Drummey, Linda T. 

Powder Puff Football 4; Future Homemakers of America 2; 

Drill Team 2, 3 

Dulong, David 

Eastmond, Carletta 



Eicoff , Loren J. 

Chorus; Future Homemakers of America 2; Class Committee 

3,4 

Ekman, Jean L. 

Chorus 2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; 
Future Teachers Club 2, 3; Future Homemakers of America 
2, 3, 4; Blue and White Banner Staff 2, 3, 4; Blue and White 
Banner Editor-in-Chief 4 



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Hours of Study 




Elliott, David B. 

Track 2, 4; Dramatics Club 2; Honor Roll 3; Blue and White 
Banner Staff 4; Oceanography Club 4 

Elliott, Jacquelyne L. 

Elliott, Kenneth A. 

Track 4; Honor Roll 2; History Club 3; Political Science Club 
4; Oceanography Club 4; Automotive Club 3 

Erickson, Janet D. 

Ernest, Ruth L. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Oracle Circulation Editor 4; Blue and White 
Banner Staff 3, 4; Academic Achievement Award 3; Future 
Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 

Etcoff, Lewis M. 

Student Council advisory board 4; Student Council Service 
Club 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 3, 4; Oracle 
Editor-in-Chief 4; Blue and White Banner Staff 2, 3, 4; Boys' 
State 3; Debating Club Vice-President 4; Political Science 
Club 4; Baseball 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3 




DAVID B. ELLIOTT 



JACQUELYNE L. ELLIOTT 





JANET D. ERICKSON 



RUTH L. ERNEST 



LEWIS M. ETCOFF 



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The Year Passed 



Every, Allyson C. 

Dramatics Club 4; Class Committee 4; Future Homemakers 
of America 3, 4; Blue and White Banner 4; Political Science 
Club 2, 3, 4; Debating Club; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 

Fahey, Anne 

Fahey, Joseph E. 

Fahey, Peter 

Basketball 3; Baseball 2; Track 2 

Farrell, Eileen 
Dramatics Club 2 

Fearer, Linda G. 
Future Teachers Club 2 





ALLYSON C. EVERY 



ANNE FAHEY 




JOSEPH E. FAHEY 



PETER FAHEY 



EILEEN FARRELL 



LINDA G. FEARER 



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Too Quickly 




Linda Fernald and Audrey Bagley admire the library display 
case. 




ALAN G. FELDMAN 



LINDA FERNALD 




EILEEN M. FERRAGAMO 



KATHLEEN M. FINNERAN 




FRANCES L. FISHER 



KAREN FITZPATRICK 



Fedman, Alan G. 

Fernald, Linda S. 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Office Assistant 4; Junior Prom 
Decorating Committee 3; Santa's Dream Decorating Com- 
mittee 3, 4 

Ferragamo, Eileen M. 

Dramatics Club 2, 4; Librarian 3; Oracle Staff 4; Art Club 2, 
3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Office Assistant 2; Academic 
Achievement Award 2; Class Committee 3, 4; Pep Squad 2; 
Photography Club 4; Debating Club 4 



Finneran, Kathleen M. 

Dramatics Club 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; National Honor 

Society 2 

Fisher, Frances L. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3; Class Committee 4; Honor Roll 2, 4; 

Future Teachers Club 2, 3, Secretary 4 

Fitzpatrick, Karen 



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RICHARD W. FITZPATRICK 



MICHAEL FIUMARA 




RICHARD FIXLER 



HOWARD B. FLEISCHMAN 




As Juniors We 




Howie Fleischman comes to the aid of Janet Meaney and 
Louise Rachen and Enid Koltov look on. 



ELEANOR FLYNN 


JAMES W. 


FOLEY 




Fitzpatrick, Richard W. 






Flynn, Eleanor 


Football 2, 3; Baseball 2 






Class Committee 3, 4; Student Council Service Club 2, 3, 4; 
Powder Puff Football 3, 4 


Fiumara, Michael 






Foley, James W. 


Fixler, Richard 






Football 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Track 2 


Hockey 4 












Fleischman, , Howard B. 

Tennis 2, 3, 4; Blue and White Banner Staff 4; Debate Club 4; 

Oceanography Club 2; Literary Magazine Publicity Director 



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Felt Confident 




Ford, Kathleen A. 

Powder Puff Football 3. 4; Girls' Basketball 3; Girls' Softball 
3 

Foster, James V. 

Oracle Business Staff 4; Blue and White Banner Photographer 
3; Oceanography Club 2, 3 

Foti, Joanne F. 

Future Homemakers of America 4; Future Nurses Club 3, 4 

Fowler, Jeanne D. 

Future Homemakers of America 2 

Franke, Barbara M. 

Office Assistant 2, 4; Class Committee 4 

Franklin, Barbara 




KATHLEEN A. FORD 



JAMES V. FOSTER 




r 




JOANNE F. FOTI 



JEANNE D. FOWLER 



BARBARA M. FRANKE 



BARBARA FRANKLIN 



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Our First College Boards 



Frederickson, Noreen M. 

Class Committee 3, 4; Honor Roll 2; Future Homemakersof 
America 2, 3; Drill Team 2; Oracle Business Staff 4; Office 
Assistant 2, 3, 4; Powder Puff Football 3. 4 

Gallagher, Mary Ann 

Girls' Basketball 3, 4; Girls' Softball 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2; 
Class Committee 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4; Honor Roll 2; 
Drill Team 4; Powder Puff Football 3, 4 

Gallagher, Richard F. 
Football 2, 3,4 

Gallant, Paul G. 
Honor Roll 4 

Gambino, Richard P. 

Football 3 

George, Stephen G. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4; Track 2 





NOREEN M. FREDERICKSON 



MARY ANN GALLAGHER 









RICHARD F. GALLAGHER 



PAUL G. GALLANT 



RICHARD P. GAMBINO 



STEPHEN G. GEORGE 



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Were Frightening 




Jean Ekman and Bob Hyman put up the latest news on the 
bulletin board. 




WANDA GETCHELL 



ROBIN H.GETTLEMAN 




ALAN J. GOLD 



HOWARD A. GOLDMAN 




JAYNE E. GOLDMAN 



MAUREEN Y. GOLDMAN 



Getchell, Wanda 

Powder Puff Football 4; Girls' Basketball 4; Class Committee 
3, 4; Future Homemakers of America 2; Honor Roll 2, 3; 
Oracle Business Staff 4; Blue and White Banner Staff 4 

Gettleman, Robin H. 

Dramatics Club 2; Class Committee 3; Honor Roll 4; Oracle 
Business Staff 4; Blue and White Banner Staff 2, 3, 4; Color 
Guard 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 

Gold, Alan J. 

Football 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4 



Goldman, Howard A. 

Goldman, Jayne E. 

Chorus 4; Dramatics Club 4; Student Council Service Club 2, 
3, 4; Future Homemakers of America 2, 4; Oracle Business 
Staff 4; Blue and White Banner Staff 4 

Goldman, Maureen Y. 

Powder Puff Football 4; Librarian 3, 4; Future Homemakers 

of America 4 



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At Last We 



RICHARD A. GOLDMAN 



RICHARD J. GOODHUE 




JEFFREY L.GORDON 



RUTHGORGONE 





Mr. Winston Fairfield goes to great lengths to show Karen 
Berman her grades. 



PAULA A.GRAHAM 



DIANE GRANT 



Goldman, Richard A. 

Track 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Librarian 2, 3, 4; 
Oracle Staff 4; Blue and White Banner Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Photography Club 2, 3, 4; Oceanography Club 2, 4; Future 
Teachers Club 2, 4 



Gorgone, Ruth E. 

Dramatics Club 2; Future Teachers Club 2 

Graham, Paula A. 

Office Assistant 4 



Goodhue, Richard J. 

Gordon, Jeffrey L. 

Track 2; Dramatics Club 4; Political Science Club 4 



Grant, Diane 

Powder Puff Football 3; Class Committee 3, 4; Future 
Homemakers of America 2; Oracle Staff 4; Student Council 
Service Club 4 



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Reached the Top 




Green, Dennis P. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2 

Greene, Alan H. 

Blue and White Banner Staff 4; Debating Club 4; Political 

Science Club 4; Future Teachers Club 4 

Greene, Ira E. 

Blue and White Banner Photographer 2 

Griffin, John 

Guion, Edward C. 

Track 2, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Student Council 

Advisory Board 4 

Hammond, Deborah 




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DENNIS P. GREEN 



ALAN H.GREENE 






IRA GREENE 



JOHN GRIFFIN 



EDWARD C. GUION 



DEBORAH HAMMOND 



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Seniors . . . The Leadersi 



Hanlon, Anne-Marie 

Powder Puff Football 3. 4; Girls' Basketball 3, 4; Future 

Homemakers of America 3; Class Committee 3, 4 

Hansen, Elaine L. 

Harrington, James L. 

Harrington, John A. 

Hartley, Christine A. 

Dramatics Club 4; Oracle Senior Editor 4; Future Teachers 
Club 3, Vice-President 4; Teacher's Aid 4 

Hazel, Donna B. 

Class Secretary 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Santa's 
Dream Decorating Committee 3, 4; Student Council Advisory 
Board 4; Band 2, 3, 4, Oracle Staff, Executive secretary 4; 
Homeroom representative 2, 3, 4 





ANNE-MARIE HANLON 



ELAINE L. HANSEN 




JAMES L. HARRINGTON 



JOHN HARRINGTON 



CHRISTINE A. HARTLEY 



DONNA B. HAZEL 



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Of Randolph High 




Marcia Solon waits impatiently as Terrill Yarde enjoys a 
refreshing drink of water. 




GAYLEE.HENRICH 



WILLIAM B. HILCHEY 



WAYNE E. HESS 




BRIAN J. HOGAN 




JUDITH A. HOWE 



ROBERT M. HYMAN 



Henrich, Gayle E. 

Chorus 4; Art Club 4 

Hess, Wayne E. 
Football 2, 3 

Hilchey, William B. 
Track 2, 3 



Howe, Judith A. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Academic Achievement Award 3; Office 

Assistant 4 

Hyman, Robert M. 

Track 4; Tennis 2; Captain 3, 4; Chorus 4; Librarian 2; Honor 
Roll 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Blue and White Banner Staff 4; Dance 
Band 2, 3, 4 



Hogan, Brian J. 



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MARY M. ISKRA 



KATHLEEN M.JAMES 



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KENT S.JONES 



PAUL J. JONES 




Extra-Curricular Activities 




Co-editors-in-chief of the Oracle Karen Berman and Lewis 
Etcoff look through past yearbooks for ideas. 



KATHLEEN JOPE 


CLARE JOSEPHS 




Iskra, Mary M. 




Jope, Kathleen 


Drill Team 2, 3 




Office Assistant 2; Dramatics Club 2; Future Homemakersof 
America 2 


James, Kathleen M. 




Josephs, Clare 


Jones, Kent S. 






Track 2 






Jones, Paul J. 







Made Learning Enjoyable 




Joyce, John J. 

Class Treasurer 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Librarian 4; 
Honor Roll 2; Boys' State 2; Good Government Day 
Candidate 4 

Katler, Paul D. 

Keef e, Alexis J. 

Future Homemakers of America 2; Powder Puff Football 3 

Kelly, Nancy J. 

Dramatics Club 2; Future Homemakers of America 4; Blue 
and White Banner Staff 2; Future Teachers Club 2, 3 

Kelley, Thomas 

Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Honor Roll 3; Blue and White 
Banner Staff 2 

Kizner, Richard 




JOHN J. JOYCE 



PAUL D. KATLER 





ALEXIS J. KEEFE 



NANCY J. KELLEY 



THOMAS KELLEY 



RICHARD KIZNER 



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Spirit Played An 



Koltov, Enid B. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Oracle Literary 
Editor 4; Blue and White Banner Staff 2, 3, 4; Future 
Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 

Kuzmiski, John P. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4; Honor Roll 2, 4; Band 3, 4; 

Future Teachers Club 4 

Ladney, Barbara 

Landrey, Kathy F. 

Dramatics Club 2; Future Teachers Club 2 

Lane, Jerry D. 

Larsen, Lawrence 





ENIDB. KOLTOV 



JOHN KUZMISKI 




KATHY F. LANDREY 



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JERRY D. LANE 



LAWRENCE LARSEN 



Important Part 




Chris Hartley and Ethel-Jean Weiss study in the library. 




LORRAINE LAUBENSTEIN 



JAMES J. LAVIN 




DAVID LEITE 



RITA LENNON 




ALISA B. LEONDAR 



DANIEL LESSER 



Laubenstein, Lorraine 

Dramatics Club 4; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3 

Lavin, James J. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4 

Leite, David 

Track 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2 

Lennon, Rita 
Dramatics Club 2, 3 



Leondar, Alisa B. 

Dramatics Club 2; Literary Magazine, Secretary 4; Future 

Teachers Club 2, 3,4 

Lesser, Daniel 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Blue and 
White Banner 2, 3, 4; Political Science Club 4; Oceanography 
Club 2, 3, 4 



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Seldom A 



NANCY B. LEVINE 



WILLIAM LEWIS 




EDWARD D. LINDBACK 



DAVID LIPOF 





Honorary custodians Dennis Green and Steve Piasalin? sweep 
the floors. 



WILLIAM J. LIVINGSTONE 



KARL LORD 



Levine, Nancy B. 

Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Oracle Business Staff 
4; Blue and White Banner, Literary and Business Staff 4; 
Homeroom Representative 3; Office Assistant 4; Future 
Teachers Club 3, 4 

Lewis, William 

Lindback, Edward D. 

Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Boys' State Nominee 3; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 2, 3; Academic Achievement 
Award Winner 2 

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Lipof, David S. 

Track 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Honor Roll 2; Band 2, 3, 4; 
Oceanography Club 4 

Livingstone, William J. 
Baseball 3; Honor Roll 2, 3 

Lord, Karl 

Football 2, 3, 4; Winter & Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Academic 
Achievement Award Nominee 3 



Spare Moment 




Lucy, Donna M. 

Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Academic Achieve- 
ment Award Nominee 3; Academic Achievement Award 
Winner 3 

Maguire, Andrew J. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3 

Malfa, Josephine G. 
Majorettes 3, 4 

Mallard, Barbara A. 

Maloof, Paul L. 

Student Council Advisory Board 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, -t; 
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; President, National Honor 
Society 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff, 
Business Manager, Photographer 4; Boys' State 3 

Mann, Lincoln 





OONNA M. LUCY 



ANDREW J. MAGUIRE 





JOSEPHINE G. MALFA 



BARBARA A. MALLARD 



PAUL L. MALOOF 



LINCOLN MANN 



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Many Exciting 



March, Harold L. 

Track 4; Tennis 3, 4; Blue and White Banner 4 

Marcus, Steven R. 
Football 2, 3, 4 

Maria, Robert F. 

Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4 

Marsden, Robert P. 

Tootball 2; Basketball 4; Baseball 4; Track 2; Dramatics Club 

4; School Librarian 4 

Marshall, Ellen M. 

Chorus 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3; Honor 

Roll 2 

Martin, Paul F. 

Football 3; Track 3, 4 





HAROLD L.MARCH 



STEVEN R.MARCUS 




ROBERT MARIA 



ROBERT MARSDEN ELLEN M. MARSHALL 



PAUL F.MARTIN 



Athletic Events 




Debby McFarland and Dolly Malfa advertise the "Boyfriend" 
on the bulletin board. 



ROBERT T. MCDONNELL 



JANE E.MCDONOUGH 



Maynard, Anne 

Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 4 

McCarthy, Marilyn 

Drill Team 3, 4; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 3, 4 

McCurdy, William F. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3 

McDonald, Louise T. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 2, 3, 4 



McDonnell, Robert T. 

Track 3; Honor Roll 3; Boys' State Nominee 3 

McDonough, Jane E. 

Senior Board of Directors 4; Santa's Dream Decorating 
Committee 4; Student Council Service Club 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Advisory Board 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Future Home- 
makers of America 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 3, 
Captain 4; Academic Achievement Award Winner 3; Spanish 
Club 3; Miss Football 1968 4 



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The Teachers In 



JOSEPH A.MCELROY 



PAUL M.MCELROY 




DEBORAH MCFARLAND 



ROBERT MCGANTY 




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Sue Terrill and Jeff Gordon feed peanuts to Mr. Bourgeous' 
snuirrels. 



CARYL A. MCGRATH 



KEVIN F. MCGRATH 



McElroy, Joseph A. 

Dramatics Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Oracle Staff 4; Blue and 

White Banner 2, 4; Debating Team, Captain 4 

McElroy, Paul M. 

Spring & Winter Track, Captain 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4; Blue 

and White Banner 4 



McGanty, Robert H. 
McGrath, Caryl A. 
McGrath, Kevin F. 



McFarland, Deborah 

Volleyball Team 4; Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4; 

Drill Team 3, 4; Art Club 3; Spanish Club 4 



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'The Boyfriend 11 




McGrory, Brian F. 

Oracle Staff 4; Blue ■and White Banner 4; Oceanography Club 
2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3 

McLeod, Gearey 

McPartland, Daniel 

Meaney, Janet 

Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Girls' 
Basketball 3; Chorus 3; Chairman, Junior Prom 3; Oracle 
Staff, Picture Editor 4; Girls' State Nominee 3; Senior Board 
of Directors 4; Spanish Club, Vice-President 3 

Medeiros, Janice E. 

Honor Roll 4; Drill Team 2, 3; Santa's Dream Decorating 
Committee 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Powder 
Puff Football 3, 4; Office Assistant 3 

Mekler, Lois E. 

Dramatics Club 4; Spanish Club 3; Future Teachers Club 4 




BRIAN F. MCGRORY 



GEARY MCLEOD 




DANIEL MCPARTLAND 



JANET MEANEY 



JANICE MEDEIROS 



LOIS E. MEKLER 



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Know/edge Being 



Metzler, Steven K. 

Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country Track 2; Junior Prom 
Decorating Committee 3; Honor Roll 4, Oracle Business Staff 
4; Blue and White Banner, Literary Staff 4 

Milewski, Deirdre A. 

Mogul, Martin H. 

Basketball 2, 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4; Blue and 
White Banner, Sports Editor 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4 

Moore, Diane H. 

Powder Puff Football 4; Dramatics Club 4; School Librarian 
2, 4; Future Homemakers of America 2; Oracle Staff 4; 
Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Future Teachers Club 
4 

Moriarty, Peggy 

Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Office Assistant 2, 3, 

4; Academic Achievement Nominee 2 

Mullaney, Timothy F. 
Football 3 




STEVEN K. METZLER 



DEIRDRE A. MILEWSKI 




MARTIN H. MOGUL 



DIANE H.MOORE PEGGY MORIARTY 

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TIMOTHY F. MULLANEY 



Put to Good Use 





JUDITH MURDOCK 



EDWARD W. MURPHY 




ROBERT H. MURPHY 



TERESE A. NELSON 



Ruth Ernest and Lesley Bernstein bring basketball to the 
school corridors. 




ROBERT NEWCOMB 



KEVIN NOONAN 



Murdock, Judith 
Murphy, Edward W. 

Murphy, Robert H. 

Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Santa's Dream Deco- 
rating Committee 3, 4; School Librarian 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 
3, 4; Blue and White Banner 4; Oceanography Club 4 



Nelson, Terese A. 

Powder Puff Football 4; Santa's Dream Decorating Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Drill 
Team 2, 3, 4; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3 

Newcomb, Robert P. 

Oracle Staff, Circulation Editor 4 

Noonan, Kevin 



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Looked Forward To 



GEORGE NORIS 



LYNNEM. NOYES 




CARLOBORSKY 



JEAN M. O'BRIEN 





Norm Clapp replaces his cooking apron in his locker as Skip 
Colcord and Enid Koltov look on. 



KATHLEEN A. O'BRIEN 



KEVIN O'CONNOR 



Norris, George 

Noyes, Lynne M. 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 3; Dramatics 
Club 2, Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Santa's Dream 
Decorating Committee 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Future 
Homemakers of America 2, 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Oracle 
Business Staff 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4 

Oborsky, Carl 



O'Brien, Kathleen A. 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Student Council Service Club 2, 
3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Future Homemakers of 
America 2; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Girls' State Nominee 3; 
Senior Board of Directors 4; Junior Prom Decorating 
Committee 3; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 3, 4 

O'Connor, Kevin T. 

Track 2; Student Council Service Club 2, 3, 4 



O'Brien, Jean M. 

Powder Puff Football 4; Chorus 3, 4; 

Decorating Committee 4; Drill Team 3, 4 



Santa's Dream 



78 



Holidays and Vacations 




O'Gorman, Catherine M. 

Class Vice-President 2, 3; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Girls' 
State Nominee 3; Art Club 2, 3; Student Council Service 
Club 2, 3. 4 

Orgel, John 

O'Riley, Kristine E. 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 3; Santa's Dream Decorating 
Committee 4; Future Homemakers of America 2, 3; Drill 
Team 4; Future Nurses Club 4 

Ostroff , Barry 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2 

Pantano, Carleton M. 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Santa's Dream Deco- 
rating Committee 3, 4; Future Homemakers of America 2; 
Drill Team~3, 4 

Patterson, Susan M. 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Student Council Service Club 2, 
3, 4; Future Homemakers of America 2; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Academic Achieve- 
ment Award Nominee 2 




CATHERINE O'GORMAN 



JOHN ORGEL 




KRISTINE E. O'RILEY 



BARRY OSTROFF 



CARLETON M. PANTANO 



SUSAN PATTERSON 



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Our Goal Is 



Payaslian, Stephen 







Pearlman, Robin E. 

Dramatics Club 4; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2, 

3 



Pearlstein, Beth 

Chorus 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Oracle 
Business and Literary Staff 4; Blue and White Banner, 
Literary Staff 3, 4, Business Staff 4, Music Editor 4; Future 
Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 

Pemberton, Janie M. 

Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Academic Achieve- 
ment Award Winner 3; Future Teachers Club 2 

Penney, Eileen 

Perreault, Harold A. 
Dramatics Club 2 





STEPHEN PAYASLIAN 



ROBIN E. PEARLMAN 




BETH PEARLSTEIN 



JANIE M. PEMBERTON 



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EILEEN PENNEY 



HAROLD PERREAULT 



Almost Met 




R.H.S. discovers a new split end in Kathy Finneran as Terry 
Yarde looks on enviously. 




FRANCIS PHILLIPS 



JOHN PLUNKETT 



WILLIAM PIERCE 




MARGARET POCHAY 




JEAN POOR 



CYNTHIA J. POWERS 



Phillips, Francis J. 
Baseball 2 

Pierce, William 

Plunkett, John 

Pochay, Margaret 



Poor, Jean M. 

Powers, Cynthia J. 

Chorus 3, 4; Student Council Advisory Board 3, 4; Majorettes 
2,3,4 



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College for Some 



MAUREEN PRINCE 



PETER QUEENAN 




■!■■■ 
STEVEN QUINNEY LOUISE D. RACHIN 

g"&P 




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Robin Gettleman and Sheryl Betterman read issues of the 
Banner. 



SHELLEY L. RATTET 

Prince, Maureen 
Queenan, Peter 



ANNE MARIE RAYMOND 



Quinney, Steven A. 

Rachm, Louise D. 

Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Santa's Dream Deco- 
rating Committee 3; Student Council 2, 3; Homeroom 
Representative 2; Powder Puff Football 3; Blue and White 
Banner 4. Drill Team 3, 4; Literary Magazine Editor 4; 
Student Council Service Club 2, 3, 4 

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Rattet, Shelley L. 

Homeroom Representative 3; Powder Puff Football 3; Pep 
Squad 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Decorating Committee 3; Oracle Staff, Circulation Editor 4; 
Blue and White Banner, Literary and Business Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Academic Achievement Award Winner 2; S.E.M.S.B.A. 
Chorus 2, 3, 4 

Raymond, Ann Marie 
Work-Study 2, 3, 4 



Jobs for Others 




Renna, Joseph P. 

Football 2, 3; Track 4; School Librarian 3 

Rent, Ava 

Girls' Basketball 2, 3; Girls' Volleyball 4; Santa's Dream 
Decorating Committee 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 
2, 3, 4; Art Career Club 2, 3; Powder Puff Football 2. 3; 
Student Council Service Club 2, 3, 4; Academic Achievement 
Award Nominee 2, 3; Chorus 2 

Richardson, Sharon 

Robson, Joseph 

Rodberg, Elaine B. 

Dramatics Club 3, 4; School Librarian 2; Drill Team 3, 4; 
Class Committee 3; Office Assistant 3; Blue and White 
Banner Staff 3, 4 

Rodgers, Karen A. 

School Librarian 2, 4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Art Career 
Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council Service Club 3, 4; Powder Puff 
Football 3; Future Teachers Club 4; Santa's Dream Deco- 
rating Committee 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; 
Photography Club 4; Dramatics Club 4 




JOSEPH P. RENNA 



AVA RENT 




SHARON RICHARDSON 



JOSEPH ROBSON 



ELAINE RODBERG 



KAREN A. RODGERS 



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The Armed Forces And 



Rosenberg, Jane E. 

Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; 
Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3; Pep Squad 2; 
Student Council Advisory Board 4 

Rothman, Roberta F. 

Dramatics Club 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; 
Honor Roll 4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Blue and White 
Banner, Business and Literary Staff 3, 4; Future Teachers 
Club 2, 3, 4, Teacher's Aid 3, 4 

Rudzinski, Anne 

Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Volleyball 4; Honor 
Roll 4; Dramatics Club 4; Political Science Club 4; Spanish 
Club 3, 4; Debating Team 4; Future Teachers Club 4 

Runge, Beverly E. 

Girls' Basketball 2; Chorus 4; Honor Roll 2; Band 4; Office 

Assistant 2, 3, 4 

Rush, Steven 

Football 2, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4 

Ryan, Claire T. 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Com- 
mittee 3; Future Homemakers of America 2; Future Nurses 
Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Academic Achievement Award 
Nominee 2 





JANE E. ROSENBERG 



ROBERTA F. ROTHMAN 





BEVERLY E. RUNGE 



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STEVEN RUSH 



CLAIKc T.RYAN 



The Unknown, Too 




Student teacher Mr. Shinnik discuss govt, with Marcia Solon 
and Karen Berman. 




MARY M. SACCONE 



CHARLES J. SALAMONE 




CARMEN E.SAUNDERS 



ROBERT SCAHILL 




J 



DIANE L.SCHULTZ 



GRACE A. SCIONTI 



Saccone, Mary M 

Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Future Nurses Club 4; 

Art Club 2 

Salamone, Charles J. 
Baseball 2 



Scahill, Robert 

Schultz, Diane L. 

Girls' Basketball 2; Chorus 2; School Librarian 2; Future 
Homemakers of America 2; Junior Prom Decorating Com- 
mittee 3; Powder Puff Football 3; Oracle Staff 4 



Saunders, Carmen E. 

Chorus 4; Dramatics Club 4; Junior Prom Decorating 
Committee 3; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 3 



Scionti, Grace A. 

Dramatics Club 2; Future Homemakers of America 2; Junior 

Prom Decorating Committee 3; Honor Roll 4 



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DONNA SENATO 




ROBIN L.SMAER 



PETER SERENA 




NANCY SHANNON 




High School Has 




Roberta Rothman and Jerry Lane are caught between classes. 



PAULSHUMAN 



Senato, Donna M. 

Future Homemakers of America 3 

Serena, Peter 

Shaer, Robin L. 

School Librarian 2; Dramatics Club 4; Future Homemakers 
of America 4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Art Club 4; Future 
Teachers Club 4 

Shannon, Nancy 

Dramatics Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; 

Future Homemakers of America 3; Blue and White Banner 3 



Shuman, Paul 

Siegal, Sandra R. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Oracle Business Staff 
4; Blue and White Banner 4; Junior Prom Decorating 
Committee 3; Academic Achievement Nominee 2; Future 
Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 



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Been Wonderful 




JOEL SINGER 



FRANCIS T. SMALL 



Siegal, Susan R. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Honor 
Roll 3, 4; Oracle Business Staff 4 

Silva, Katherine 

Singer, Joel A. 

Honor Roll 3; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 3 

Small, Francis T. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Hockey 4; 
Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2 

Smart, Kathleen L. 

Future Homemakers of America 2; Academic Achievement 
Award Nominee 2; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Decorating Committee 3; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Office 
Assistant 4 

Smith, Jean E. 

Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 2; Future Homemakers 
of America 2; Student Council Service Club 4 




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SUSAN R. SIEGAL 



KATHERINE SILVA 




KATHLEEN L. SMART 



JEAN E.SMITH 



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The Doors to the Future 



Sneider, Richard M. 

Cross-Country and Winter Track 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Chorus 3, 
4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Band 2, 
3, 4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4 

Solon, Marcia H. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Blue and White Banner, Business and 
Literary Staff 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 3; Honor Roll 4; Oracle 
Business Staff 4 

Spiro, Cynthia C. 

Academic Achievement Award Nominee and Winner 2; 
Dramatics Club 2; Chorus 4; Honor Roll 2, 4; Oracle Business 
Staff 4; Blue and White Banner, Literary and Business Staff 
4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Board of Directors 4 

Steele, Barbara A. 

Chorus 2; Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4 

Stone, Arlene H. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 3; Oracle Business Staff 4; 
Spanish Club 4, Treasurer 4 

Stone, Paul M. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 

2; Spanish Club; Future Teachers Club 3 





RICHARD M. SNEIDER 



MARCIA H. SOLON 




CYNTHIA C. SPIRO 



BARBARA STEELE 



ARLENE H.STONE 



PAUL M.STONE 



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Have Been Opened 





RALPH STOWE 



ARTHUR M.SULLIVAN 




ELIZABETH D. SULLIVAN 



ROBERT J. SULLIVAN 



Terry Nelson and Janet Meaney bundle up at 2:25. 







i 



SANDRA E.SWEENEY 



SANDRA J. SZYMCZUK 



Stowe, Ralph 
Baseball 2, 3 

Sullivan, Arthur M. 

Football 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Student Council 
2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Good Government Day 
Candidate (E); Senior Board of Directors 4; Student Council 
Advisory Board 4, President; Junior Prom Decorating Com- 
mittee 3 

Sullivan, Elizebeth D. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3; School Librarian 3; Future Homemakers 
of America 2, 3 



Sullivan, Robert J. 

Track 2, 3, 4; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Band 4 

Sweeney, Sandra E. 

Girls' Basketball 2; School Librarian 2, 3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; 
Blue and White Banner 2, 3; Academic Achievement Award 
Nominee 2; Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4 

Szymczuk, Sandra J. 

Senior Board of Directors 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 3; Future Homemakers of 
America 3; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 4, Publicity 
Committee 4; Office Assistant 3, 4 



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/ 



DOLORES TANNASSO 



CLAIRE P. TEED 




FRED A. TEMPESTA 



STEPHEN TEMPLE 




We Have Grown As 




Enid Koltov interviews Mr. Richard Kaegael, Language 
Coordinator, for the Oracle. 



JEAN M. THOMPSON 



THOMAS G.TOLSON 



Tannasso, Dolores 

Teed, Claire P. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Future Homemakers of America 4; Future 
Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 

Tempesta, Fred A. 

Football 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4 

Temple, Stephen 



Thompson, Jean M. 

Future Homemakers of America 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4; 
Future Teachers Club 4 

Tolson, Thomas G. 

Football 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Hockey 4; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 3; Santa's Dream Decorating 
Committee 3, 4 



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Our School Has Grown 




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Toomey, Katherine A. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3; Future Homemakers of America 4; 
Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 

Torpey, Kathleen A. 

Class Vice-President 4; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Girls' 
Basketball 3; Softball 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 
3; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 2, 3, 4; Future 
Homemakers of America 2; Drill Team 3, 4; Oracle Staff, 
Picture Editor 4 

Tucker, Myrna S. 

Chorus 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Santa's Dream Decorating 
Committee 4; School Librarian 4; Future Homemakers of 
America 4; History Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Future 
Teachers Club 3, 4; Art Club 2 

Turell, Susan E. 

Chorus 2; Honor Roll 2; Future Homemakers of America 2; 
Debating Team 2 

Tuv, Martha 

Vaughn, Joanne M. 

Drill Team 3, 4; Student Aid 4 




KATHERINE A. TOOMEY 



KATHLEEN A. TORPEY 







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MYRNA S.TUCKER 



SUSAN E. TURELL 



MARTHA TUV 



JOANNE M. VAUGHN 



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Venditelh, Gildo 

Vikre, Matthew 

Volkin. Gerald M. 

Tennis 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, 3; Academic Achievement Award 

Nominee 3; Oceanography Club 2, 3 

Volovick, Amy 

Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Com- 
mittee 3; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 3, 4; Honor 
Roll 4; Future Homemakers of America 2; Drill Team 3, 4; 
Future Nurses Club 2, 3 

Wall. Eleanor 

Walters, Joyce 





GILDO VENDITELLI 



MATTHEW VIKRE 




GERALD M. VOLKIN 



AMY VOLOVICK 



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ELEANOR WALL 



JOYCE WALTERS 




Amy Volovick teaches Adele Bornstein the involved methods 
of solid geometry. 



Watson, Patricia 

Girls' Basketball 2, 4; Volleyball 2, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 3; Future Homemakers of 
America 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Future Nurses Club 4 
Weaver, Maryalice 

Weinberg, Jeffrey C. 

Spanish Club 3; History Club 4 

Weisberg, Steven 

Homeroom Representative 2, 3; Football, Spotter 3, 4, 
Dramatics Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3 
Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 3, 4; Oracle Staff 3, 4 
Blue and White Banner 3, 4; History Club 3 








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PATRICIA WATSON 



MARYALICE WEAVER 





■■■■boh 
jeffrey c.weinberg 



STEVEN WEISBERG 




ETHEL-JEAN WEISS 



EILEEN WELCH 



Weiss, Ethel-Jean 

Dramatics Club 2; School Librarian 2, 3, 4; Blue and White 
Banner 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4; Future Nurses Club 2, 3; 
Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Photography Club 2 

Welch, Eileen 



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NORMAN WELLS 




PAUL D. WENGLER 



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ROBERT WHITCHER 




SANDRA WICKEY 



SAMUEL WIGFALL 



Wells, Norman A. 

Class President 3, 4; Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 2, 
3, 4; Track 3, 4; Class Committee 3, 4; Blue and White 
Banner 3, 4; Boys' State 3 

Wengler, Paul D. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2 

Wexler, Jeffrey 

Whitcher, Robert 




Future homemakers Terrill Yarde and Geary McLeod make 
peanut brittle in Boys Food. 



Wickey, Sandra A. 

Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Dramatics Club 
2; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Santa's Decorating 
Committee 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Future Homemakers of 
America 2; Cheerleader 3, 4 

Wigfall, Samuel 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4 



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Wiley, Michael W. 

Track 4; Tennis 4; Oceanography Club 4 

Williams, Janet L. 

Powder Puff Football 4; Chours 2; Junior Prom Decorating 
Committee 3; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 3, 4; 
Future Homemakers of America 2, 4; Blue and White Banner 
2 

Wood, Karen V. 

Chorus 2; Junior Prom Decoarting Committee 3; Santa's 
Dream Decorating Committee 3, 4; School Librarian 2; 
Future Homemakers of America 2, 3; Oracle Staff 4; Powder 
Puff Football 3, 4; Academic Achievement Award Nominee 2 

Yarde, Terrill E. 

Football 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 4 

Young, Kathryn D. 

Dramatics Club 2, 3; Santa's Dream Decorating Committee 4; 
School Librarian 2, 3, 4; Student Council Advisory Board 4; 
Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 
President 4; Art Club 2, 3; Oceanography Club 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer and Vice-President 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3 

Yundt, Judith 




MICHAEL WILEY 



JANET WILLIAMS 




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KAREN WOOD 



TERRILL YARDE 



KATHRYN YOUNG 



JUDITH YUNDT 



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Zax, Howard 

Dramatics Club 1 ; Tennis Team 2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Who's 

Who in American High Schools 4. 



Zecchini, Paul 

Band 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4. 



Sue Daley, Linda Bengin, and Marsha Boothby head for 
study hall in the auditorium. 



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Nancy Blotner and Enid Koltov take 
notes and listen intently in Spanish 
Class. 




Jane Goldman gives a "top of the 
morning" to Janet Adams. 




Karen Berman 

Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Oracle 



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SENIOR HONORS 





Paul Maloof 

President of the National Honor Society 



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Lewis Etcoff 

Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Oracle 



Norman Welts 

President of the Senior Class 



Arthur Sullivan 

President of the Student Council 



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Steven Brass 

Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Blue & White Banner 



Eric Davis 

Top ranking senior of the class of 1969 



Jean Ekman 

Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Blue & White Banner 



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Sen/or Superlatives 





Miss R. H. S. - Marilyn Broderick 



Mr. R. H. S. - Norman Wells 



Best dressed: 

Louise Rachin and Norman Clapp 




Best dancers: 
Susan Patterson and Robert Murphy 



Best natured: 

Candy Pantano and Terry Yarde 



Most musical: 

Donna Hazel and Edward Guion 



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Best Looking: 

Janet Meaney and Norman Wells 



Most Talkative: 

Jane Goldman and Steve Weisberg 



Most Athletic: 
Kathy Ford and James Conley 



Best Leaders: 

Mary-Ann Gallagher and Arthur Sullivan 





Best Students: 

Jean Ekman and Eric Davis 



Most Likely to Succeed: 

Karen Berman and Paul Maloof 



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JUNIORS 





Mr. Edward M. Mashrick. Advisor to the 
Junior class. 



Junior Class Off icers: Frances Campbell, 

President; Kathy Collins, Vice-President; Jan- 
ice Donovan, Treasurer; Debbie Hayes, Sec- 
retary. 




HOMEROOM 165 

BOTTOM: C. Adams, B. Bello, E. Bakerman, 
K. Ahern, D. Gustin, M. Agnew, MIDDLE: S. 
Benson, M. Arth, M. Baldassarre. L. Ahern, J. 
Adamski TOP: B. Azzant, M. Berger, N. 
Anderson, C. Bass, E. Bailey. 











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HOMEROOM 168 

BOTTOM: M. Mofford, C. Campbell, M. 
Cavanaugh, J. Charles, G. Carmusin, E. Carey, 
S. Broberg, M. Brolin. MIDDLE: T. Emanuel, 
A. Perlin, R. Cerrato, R. Brinton, K. Murphy, 
R. Nelson, P. Canavan. TOP: W. Campbell, T. 
Murphy, R. Franklin, P. Caines, R. Connelly, 
P. Maguire, F. Campbell. 




HOMEROOM 169 

BOTTOM: K. Cullen, G. Coburn, K. Collins. 
J. Chew, P. Costa, M. Smith, J. Dale, S. 
Connolly, B. Chernaik, J. Cunha. MIDDLE: 
N. Conners, A. Connolly, B. Crompton, P. 
Watterman, A. Coolidge, W. Clark, J. Cum- 
mings, J. Condlin, E. Corcoran, L. Courtney. 
TOP: W. Connolly, D. Comerford, G. Crim- 
mins, E. Diloreti, S. Cuff, J. Condlin, G. 
Powers, G. Sandler, P. Ryan, W. Cote. 



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HOMEROOM 170 

BOTTOM: D. Davidson, R. Delano, J. Dono- 
van, D. Dunn, D. Derry, N. Berg, J. Donahue, 
S. DeCaprio. MIDDLE: J. DeStasio, M. Dan- 
iels, J. Cunniff, P. Dunlea, R. Diaz, J. Cun- 
liffe, C. Dooley. H. Dillon. TOP: W. DiMeo, 
E. Donovan, F. Daley, R. DeSisto, R. Daley, 
W. Doherty, M. Dolan. 




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HOMEROOM 201 

BOTTOM: C. Frederickson, S. Feldman, S. 
Duval, S. Fahey, P. Fredette, J. Foster, G. 
Gallagher MIDDLE:J. Francis, D. Fisher, K. 
Edwards, D. Foote, P. Gannon, D. Churchill. 
TOP: T DuPont, J. Gallagher, R. Elliott, L. 
Gaffney, A. Forman, R. Feldman. 





JUNIORS 






HOMEROOM 202 

BOTTOM: M. Giorgio, B. Gerber, L. Gray, D. 
Green, B. Grace, S. Goldman, D. Gerardi, M. 
Greenburg. MIDDLE: I. Goodman, L. Gena- 
tossio, G. Hanlon, L. Goldman, L. Gruberski, 
N. Goggin, M. Gilman. TOP: G. Goldstein, G. 
Hardy, T. Quiney, A. Greenlun, M. George, E. 
Gravell, R. George, L. Gorewitz. 




HOMEROOM 203 

BOTTOM: C. Kaplan, C. Hazel, C. Hill, B. 
Hartley, R.Huntington, M. Hocking, D. Hayes, 
E. Isenberg. MIDDLE: W. Holland, C. Higgin- 
botham, C. Hunter, D. Hewer, J. Jablonski, R. 
Keene, A. Joughin. TOP: C. Heger, M. 
Howard, R. Johns, D. Keeler, D. Harris, E. 
Hughes. 



JUNIORS 






HOMEROOM 205 

BOTTOM: C. Lappen, M. Lapides, D. Kritz- 
man, A. Larson, R. Lander, D. Kritzman. 
MIDDLE: F. Kelly, W. Larson, H. Leary, S. 
Klane, G. Kyer. TOP: J. Lang, R. Lavangie, 
M. Midermit, R. Kalikof. 




HOMEROOM 214 

BOTTOM: J. Lerro, J. Lynch, D. Leibovitz. 
L Leverone, E. Levine. MIDDLE: F. Lewis, 
G. Maloof, M. Madar, M. Mace, L. Lyken, K. 
LeBlanc, M. LeVangie. TOP: J. Levine, L. 
Lucente, D. Levine, R. Livingstone, M. Lough- 
lin, R. Lum, Michael Locke. 





JUNIORS 





HOMEROOM 216 

BOTTOM: J. Meade, R. Melgian, C. Masson, 
J. McNeil, L. Mclntyre, K. McNeil, S. Mc- 
Cambly. MIDDLE: M. Marsden, C. McNa- 
mara, J. McNelis, S. McCann, R. McCann, B. 
McNabb. TOP: D. Medeiros, M. Maple, E. 
Mann, D. Martin, Bruce Manin. 




HOMEROOM 217 

BOTTOM: D. O'Connell, V. Mercure, A. 
Murphy, V. Murphy, L. Mogul, C. Orgel, C. 
O'Conner, C. Penta, R. Pink, P. Moody, L. 
Perlman. MIDDLE: D. O'Hare, M. Milner, S. 
Norton, R. Nowak, W. Michaelson , D. Parker, 
B. Murray, D. Miller, E. Norton, P. Pennie. 
TOP: D. Moffard. M. Milch. S. Moore, S. 
Wordberg, W. Philbrick, A. O'Brien, S. Noyes, 
R. O'Brien. 



JUNIORS 







HOMEROOM 218 

BOTTOM: S. Rosen, J. Rossman, S. Rosen, 
A. Pottack, L. Romano, S. Rosen, D. Rosa, H. 
Rosenfield, B. Roberts, P. Rosenberg. 
MIDDLE: M. Richardson, M. Roffleson, D. 
Saia, B. Grace, D. Rizzi, D. Rosen, C. Rubin, 
V. Rotman, I. Possamato, A. Saidel, R. Rizzo, 
R. Saltzman. TOP: K. Monti, R. Rodman, J. 
Rosenthal, P. Poto, P. Stuar, R. Roy, T. 
Saclone, S. Pollack, C. Reynolds. 




HOMEROOM 219 

BOTTOM: S. Shuman, M. Schoolcraft, M. 
Speier, A. Scorza, C. Sibulkin, M. Skidmore, 
S. Spector, N. Shepard, E. Simmons, D. 
Somers. MIDDLE: M. Small, D. Silk, C. 
Saunders, B. Spigel, H. Schulze, A. Smith, E. 
Shane, J. Schmidt, R. Shea. TOP: B.Sandler, 
T. Sandler, R. Shuman, B. Siegal, J. Singer, T. 
Shiavone, L. Spacco, P. Schneider, M. Siegel. 




JUNIORS 




HOMEROOM 158 

BOTTOM: M. Venditelli. S. Weiner, E.Weiss 
G. Weiner, N. Williams, S. Weinberg, G 
Verrastro. MIDDLc: G. Wambaldt, C. Win 
ston, S. Wells, R. Watscn, M. Warren, E 
Warren. TOP: S. White, G. Gionet, W. Wal 
lace, L. Wasserman, S. Wolfe, E. Williams, G 
Verzone. 





HOMEROOM 156 

BOTTOM: D. Torpey, J. Beder, P. Stoltz, A. 
Travers, J. Tallafus, C. Spiro, D. Stone, A. 
Stone. MIDDLE: B. Tankenow, S. St. Ger- 
maine, S. Thistle, J. Swinamer, J. Van 
Schyndel, E. Tedesco, J. Trabulsie. TOP: A. 
St. Andre, R. Tolson, S. Turner, P. Topham, 
N. Swartz, P. Sullivan, E. Stevenson, R. 
Toomey. 




HOMEROOM 228 

BOTTOM: K. Lally, L. Donovan, G. Johnson, 
M. Nilsen, D. Miller. MIDDLE: G. Anooshian, 
M. Graham, F. Staidel, D. DeCaprio. TOP: W. 
Chaffee, B. Maguire, D. Mazzeo, W. Van 
Tassel. 



THE SOPHOMORES 




Miss Nancy Boland 
Advisor to the Sophomore class 



Sophomore Class Officers: David Willis, President; Steven 
Brack. Vice-President; Francme Donahue, Secretary; Joanne 
Cammarata, Treasurer. 




HOMEROOM 232 
BOTTOM: B. Bishop, N Barroll, J Berry, J. Benson, L. 
Adams, B Agnew, B. Boucher, K Barsamian, R. Band, M. 
Bornstem MIDDLE: S Boothby, D. Berryman, S. Bourbeau, 
W. Brazas. C Bermer, J. Bessette, W Bottoms, K Almon, J. 
Belmonte, H Belsky. TOP: J Baird, K. Ames, R. Blend, H. 
Bernstein, S. Brack, J. Arsenault, F. Boatwnght, D. Boren.S. 
Benov, S. Bengin. 



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THE SOPHOMORES 





HOMEROOM 233 
BOTTOM: M. Connelly, J. Cammarata, D. 
Caruso, S. Chartkoff, T. Civata, D. Connors, 
J. Constantino, P. Cianfarini, E. Carter, D. 
Brooks, and W. Cederholm. MIDDLE: J. 
Coppinger, P. Campbell, S. Chaisson, K. 
Clarke, E. Brolin, K. Cooke, M. Connelly, G. 
Cavanaugh, B. Caswell, E. Butts, and J. Car- 
lino. TOP: D. Brodil, J. Connors, M. Cohen, 
G. Caron, M. Chaisson, M. Connors, F. Cili- 
berto, and S. Casano. 




HOMEROOM 235 
BOTTOM: G. Drinkwater, V. DeFelice, J. 
Cunningham, L. Dicinque, L. Crimmins, B. 
Coyle, F. Donahue, C. Diauto, S. Cullen, C. 
Curran. MIDDLE: E. Dower, K. Donohue, G. 
Coulson, L. Day, J. DePalma, S. Cullinane, P. 
Cubell, J. Dembling, J. Doyle, D. Destafanis, 
P. Cotter. TOP: M. Dillis, W. DiNatale, D. 
Delong, K. Bartel, M. DiMascio, P. Donnelly, 
J. Donovan, R. Delano, P. Curley. 



THE SOPHOMORES 







HOMEROOM 238 
BOTTOM: R. Eisenburg, S. Feingold, M. 
Fodrocki, A. Fleming, R. Fitzgerald, K. Fin- 
neran, C. Fogo. MIDDLE: R. Fahey, K. Gus- 
tin, G. Dunnigan, E. Foley, L. Flaherty, S. 
Eisler, S. Fine. TOP: B. Fisher, A. Fine, R. 
Feldman, B. Eaton, S. Fleming, M. Driscoll, 
S. Drummey. 




HOMEROOM 240 
BOTTOM: R. Gamzon, L. Grace, B. Good- 
man, C. Goldman, M. Franklin, M. A. Gard- 
ner, S. Gionet MIDDLE: L. Frechette, J. 
Forti, A. Goldberg, J. Gallaway, J. Foster, T. 
Gilroy, P. Gill, L. Genatossio, J. Gardell. 
TOP: A. Gardner, T. Gannon, M. Gelb, G. 
Gettleman, M. Golding, D. Grace, S. Gazzaro, 
W. Graham. 








THE SOPHOMORES 



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HOMEROOM 241 
BOTTOM: K. Hogan, D. Hurley, R. How, A. 
Hershoff, A. Hart, T. Hilchey, S. Grishaver, B. 
Hart, M. Hall. MIDDLE: G. Hichey, J. Grant, 
J. Hansen, D. Hoeg, S. Greenberg, R. Hibbett, 
M. Hanlon, S. Hurley, D. Irons. TOP: W. 
Higgins, D. Hegarty, M. Hayes, G. Holbrook, 
R. Guiney, W. Hayes, S. Grossman, K. Hall. 




HOMEROOM 242 
BOTTOM: M. Joyce, P. Kelly, B. Lemieux, J. 
Kennedy, E. Issner, R. Kenney, K. Johnson, I. 
Lipsky, E. Lampiopoulos, G. Kusmer, R. 
Jope, G. Lezburg, J. LeBlanc, A. Jacobson,S. 
Kaplan, R. Keyes, G. Kiley. MIDDLE: S. 
Kelsey, H. Johnson, L. Kangiser, M. Kelly, L. 
Kespert, J. Lappen, P. Lesgar, H. Karp, H. 
Koplow. TOP: D. Laun, R. Kahn, M. 
Kearney. 



THE SOPHOMORES 




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HOMEROOM 246 
BOTTOM: M. McSolla, J. Lombardi, J. 
Moriarty, J. Monti, K. McGrory, R. Moore, S. 
Loomer, P. Lyons, C. Lowd, M. Milne, and D. 
Macy. MIDDLE: E. Mahoney, M. Lord, K. 
McDonald, J. McDonald, M. McCurdy, E. 
McLaughlin, C. Mann, D. Marram, L. Mann, 
E. Lyons, and R. McCann. TOP: C. Marsden, 
S. Mednick, P. Moorehead, R. Meaney, M. 
Margolies, M. Maynard, R. Mofford, D. Mc- 
Cord, P. Muzzucco, and K. Monti. 



HOMEROOM: 247 
BOTTOM: L. Nunziato, P. O'Neil, K. O'Con- 
nell, D. Murphy, R. O'Connell. MIDDLE: J. 
Mulhern, J. Noris, J. Nitenson, S. Morse, P. 
O'Gorman TOP: R. Polk, L. Oilshver, R. 
Noblin, J. Nielaeny, J. O'Riley. 



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THE SOPHOMORES 







CAF. 1 
BOTTOM: E. Richmond, P. Roche, L. Sala- 
mone, L. Rothman, E. Simon, C. Ryan, C. 
Richards, P. Rothwell. MIDDLE: D. Rizzi.T. 
Robblee, L. Rosen, A. Robson, S. Segelman, 
M. Simmons, L. Saro, E. Rotman. TOP: J. 
Shane, R. Rossborough, R. Rossman, M. 
Saidel, R. Senato, R. Sandler. 



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THE SOPHOMORES 








CAF. 2 
BOTTOM: M. Smith, M. Tibbetts, E. Stepner, 
B. Stone, G. Taylor, M. Sullivan, D. Skid- 
more, S. Simon, H. Solon, J. Stewart. 
MIDDLE: L. Spiegel, J. Steward, D. Smith, 
M. Sokolow, S. Thompson, E. Smith, D. 
Thistle, C. Sullivan, F. Tontora, C. Tishler. 
TOP: D. Sullivan, R. Smith, W. Smith, P. 
Staaf, P. Tighe, J. Troy, J. Stevens, R. Sulli- 
van, T. Tantillo, W. Sullivan. 




CAF. 3 
BOTTOM: D. Wesson, T. Wright, B. Walsh, V. 
Whidden, J. Welch, A. Weiner, I. White, C. 
Venditelh MIDDLE: J. Watson, S. Welch, J. 
Wagner, M. Weiner,. D. Willis, J. Walsh, R. 
Weinberg. TOP: M. Webber, P. Vogel, R. 
Weiner, D. Warner, G. Willis, R. Vespa. 




THE SOPHOMORES 




CAF. 4 
BOTTOM: D. Mazetis, M. Yankum. B. Clouse, 
S. Yaffe. J. Price, V. O'Hara, S. Zoll. 
MIDDLE: G. Yaffe, K. Young, S. Yanofsky, 
A. Cederlund; J. Young, B. Clifford, P. 
Summers. TOP: T. Williams, R. Dower, S. 
Salzberg, S. Henshoff, M. Langway. 




WORK-STUDY 



Schooling 
and Job 
Training 




Work-Study Seniors: BOTTOM: K. Jope, S. Daley, D. Hammond, R. Cohen. MIDDLE: A. 
Raymond, J. Harrington, J. Harrington, D. McPartland. TOP: I. Greene, R. Broberg, S. Dodge, D. 
Curtin. 



Work-Study Juniors: BOTTOM: C. Dooley, D. Blanchard, W. Holland, J. Mitchell, P. Curtin. 
MIDDLE: C. Higginbotham, D. Miller, J. Richardson, F. Lewis. TOP: L. Levangie, R. Daley, E. 
Mann, K. Murphy. 




Work-Study Sophomores: BOTTOM: J. Tempesta, G. Pollack, R. Ritts, R. Reid, J. Rynd. TOP: 
J. Bessette, P. Sarofeen, W. Cicerano, P. Pizzuto, S. Karafas. 



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We Are 

Growing . . . 



Hungry students rush to lunch. 



Unidentified flying object in gym?! 





Sophomores put examples on the board during English class. 




Mary Hanlon presses her dress in sewing. 



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RHS 



in action 





ACTIVITIES 





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Competent Staff 



Literary Editors Marsha Solon and Enid Koltov identify pictures. 



Mr. John Gene Papa, 
Advisor to the Oracle 
Staff. 




Oracle Editors: K. Berman, L. Etcoff, M. Spiers, D. Hazel, M. Broderick, C. Hartley, R. 
Ernest, E. Koltov, J. Meaney, N. Clapp, M. Solon, S. Rattet, H. Colcord. 



ORACLE 

The greatest remembrance of the entire 
year is our high school yearbook, the Oracle. 
After months of collecting pledges, picture 
taking, sorting pages, writing, and typing, 
the Oracle staff proudly sends its publication 
to the printers. The staff attempts to make 
the Oracle a sufficient memory of the 
school's students, clubs, sports, and special 
events. The widely varied staff makes the 
Oracle enjoyable through hard work, evident 
in the final result, the yearbook. 





Co-Editor-in-Chief Lewis Etcoff is caught cutting class by Mr. Lawrence Appostolon. 
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Meets Challenge Of Yearbook Publication 



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Oracle Business Staff: BOTTOM: C. Spero, N. Levine, J. Meaney, M. Broderick, E. Ferragamo, R. Spear, M. Boothby, M. Spier, D. Hazel, N. Blotner. 
SECOND ROW: R. Sneider, C. Betterman, L. Bernstein, R. Murphy, S. Metzler, J. Goldman, J. Foster, E. Koltov, B. Pearlstein, R. Ernest. THIRD 
ROW: L. Gengin, K. Rodgers, S. Segal, R. Rothman, R. Andler, R. Gettleman, M. Solon, D. Moore, S. Segal, S. Donnelly. TOP ROW: P. Maloof, J. 
Boucher, L. Etcoff, J. McElroy, M. Mogul, R. Newcomb, C. Douglas, B. McGrory, P. McElroy. 





Mr. Nicholas Mackey, Assistant Advisor to the Oracle. 



Co-Editors-in-Chief Karen Berman and Lewis Etcoff check previous 
Oracles. 



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Tomorrow's Leaders Practicing Student 

Government Today. 




STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE CLUB 



BOTTOM - K. Rodgers, D. Grant, J. Meany, M. Boothby, M. Weaver, 
D. Green, D. Torpey. MIDDLE - A. Rent, A. Sullivan, L. Bengin, J. 



Goldman, M. Leavitt. TOP 
I. Corey, J. Adams. 



L. Rachin, E. Flynn, J. Yarde, L. Etcoff, 



THE STUDENT COUNCIL 

The Student Council is the linking 
force between the government of Ran- 
dolph High and the student body. In 
order to achieve its goal of creating better 
relations between the students and the 
administration, it sponsors many pro- 
grams, including Blue and White Day, 
Boys' and Girls' Tag Days, Teacher Ap- 
preciation Day, Student Teacher Day, 
and Sloppy Day. Under the supervision of 
Mr. James Santry, the Student Council 
proves to be a valuable asset to Randolph 
High School. 




SENIOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
BOTTOM - D. Hazel, B. Croteau, N. Wells, J. Meany, M. Broderick. MIDDLE - S. Symchuk, C. 
Spiro, K. Torpey, J. McDonough. TOP - K. Finneran, J. Adams, K. O'Brien, S. Donnelly. 



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Mr. James H. Santry 

Advisor to the Student Council 




Student Council: BOTTOM: D. Torpey, M. Rent, G. Coburn, S. Boothby, P. O'Gorman, 
P. Coyle. MIDDLE: J. Adams, M. Gallagher, E. Corcoran, A. Sullivan, K. O'Brien. 
TOP: M. George, T. Sandler, M. Noblin, N. Clapp, T. Yarde. 



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Student Council Officers: Vice President— E. 
Corcoran, President— A. Sullivan, Treasurer— M. 
Conley, Secretary— M. Gallagher. 




Student Council Advisory Board: BOTTOM: D. Hazel, S. Brass, J. Rosenberg, R. Brenner, J. 
Yundt, M. Broderick. MIDDLE: R. Goldman, J. Conley, D. Lesser, L. Cunliffe, N. Wells, A. 
Sullivan. TOP: F. Campbell, E. Guion, L. Etcoff, P. Maloof, K. Young. 



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Voice of Randolph High's Students 




BLUE AND WHITE BANNER 

For the last decade, the Blue and White Banner has 
reflected the school spirit which plays such an important part 
in RHS activities. In spite of all the deadlines to meet, ads to 
sell, the last minute editors' meetings, it has grown as the 
school has grown, with the aid of its advisor, Mrs. Jean Noblin. 
Each student knows that the Banner is his paper and this 
attitude has made the Banner the journalistic and financial 
success it is. 



Mrs. Jean Noblin 
literary advisor to the 
Blue & White Banner. 




Banner editors: BOTTOM: Co-Editors-in-Chief Steven Brass, Jean Ekman. MIDDLE: David Dulong, Richard Goldman, Eric 
Davis, Beth Pearlstein, Paul McElroy. TOP: Douglas Levine, Carl Douglas, Martin Mogul, Paul McElroy. 



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Business Staff: BOTTOM: N. Blotner, J. Beder, P. Rosenberg, M. 
Boothby, E. Rodberg, N. Levine, H. Solon. SECOND: C. Spiro, B. 
Pearlstein, E. Koltov, P. Goldman, S. Betterman, R. Earnest, R. 
McCann. THIRD: M. Solon, S. Siegal, J. McElroy, R. Hyman, R. 
Gettleman, R. Rothman. 



Carletta Eastmond displays the latest issue of the Banner. 



Literary Staff: BOTTOM: N. Blotner, E. Simmons, B. Chernaik, L. 
Cunliffe, K. Lally, R. McCann, N. Levine, C. Spiro, B. Bello, C. Kaplan. 
SECOND: R. Murphy, S. Cohen, E. Rodberg, S. Betterman, R. 
Goldman, S. Rosen, S. Brass, E. Koltov, B. Pearlstein, C. Mann, P. 



Pennie, R. Gettleman. THIRD: E. Davis, S. Metzler, J. Francis, H. 
Koplow, L. Cotter, M. Solon, R. Rothman, J. Lappen, R. Hyman, M. 
Agnew, R. Band, J. Werner. TOP: D. Levine, P. McElroy, C. Douglas, L. 
Etcoff, M. Mogul, B. McGrory, D. Dulong, A. Greene. 




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Expression Through Interpretation of Ideas 




DRAMATICS CLUB 
The Dramatics Club has one of the largest memberships in 
the school because of its versatile program. This year, the club 
held its annual Halloween Mixer, and attended the play 
"Charlie Brown" in the fall. Under the direction of Mr. 
Anthony Vellante, the club is sponsoring three one-act plays 
produced by the students for the club's enjoyment. Later, in 
the spring, it will produce the yearly musical. The Dramatics 
Club strives to inspire its future thespians to achieve greater 
heights in the dramatic field. 




Mr. Anthony Vellante, advisor to Dramatics Club. 



Dramatics Club Officers: P. Vennick, Historian; E. Koltov, Publicity 
Chairman; D. Hazel, Secretary; R. Brenner, Pres.; D. Silk, Vice-Pres. 




BOTTOM: C. Lappen, S. Grishaver, P. Rosenberg, O. Bresciani, B. 
Bello, G. Foreman, C. Saunders, B. Goodman, L. Cunliffe, C. Orgil, L. 
Meckler, D. Stone, E. Richmond, D. Hazel, B. Churnarek, N. Blotner, J. 
Rossman. SECOND: S. Collosi, B. Croteau, F. Fisher, S. Yaffe, L. 
Leverone, T. Avner, N. Sheppard, R. Shaer, R. Ernest, S. Betterman, E. 
Koltov, B. Pearlstem, R. Brenner, E. Rodberg, C. Goldman, S. Cohen, J. 



Benson, C. Mann, L. Broussard. THIRD: P. Connolly, L. Donovan, L. 
Mogul, B. Tankanow, R. Goldman, R. Fahey, E. Foley, T. Emanuel, L. 
Romano, P. Costa, J. VanShindel, S. Rice, D. Silk, C. Sibulkin, A. 
Seidel, H. Koplow. FOURTH: J. Goldman, M. Tucker, B. Warren, L. 
Cotter, J. Swinimer, S. Seigel, J. Gordon, C. Douglas, J. McElroy, M. 
Mogul, S. Kaplan, H. Zax, J. Lappen, M. Solon, S. Seigel, A. Every. 



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Understanding through Thought and Discussion 



DEBATING CLUB 
The newest club in the school this year is the Debating 
Club, formed under the guidance of Miss Ellen McKendry. 
Although it has begun with a small membership, the club 
hopes to get larger as interest grows. The debaters have 
discussed many topics among themselves and hope to begin 
intra-scholastic debates with other debating clubs. 






Miss Ellen McKendry 
looks over debating 
forms after school. 



Joseph McElroy receives enthusiastic 
support from the club. 



Miss Ellen McKendry, advisor to the debating club, discusses the up and 
coming debate with her officers. 




BOTTOM: C. Lappen, P. Costa, A. Every, R. Goldman, E. Bakerman, E. Ferragamo. TOP: A. Green, S. Saltzburg, J. Condlin, L. Etcoff, J. McElroy. 



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Future Homemakers Prepare For Tomorrow 




BOTTOM-P. Rothwell, C. Venditelli, M. Spier, J. Welch, S. Ginomb, G. Caramanica, G. Coburn, J. McDonough, S. Conley, J. Walsh, P. Vantassale, 
D. Hurley, L. Perlman. MIDDLE-C. Eastmond, S. Richardson, N. Sheppard, S. DeCaprio, M. Agnew, J. Thomson, P. Watson, L. Lyken, C. Orgel, R. 
Shaer, J. Cunha, D. Cunningham. TOP-G. Coulson, N. Small, L. Goldman, K. Young, D. Haggerty.S. McCann, J. Watson, M. Oslon, L. Kespert, A. 
Every, M. Tucker, J. Baird, C. Marsden. 



FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 

The Future Homemakers, a national organization, is open 
to all high school girls. Each year, the members sponsor a 
refreshment stand at the football games and school plays, and 
work on various projects such as brotherhood programs and 
good will projects. The goal of the FHA is to promote 
improvement in personal, family, and community living. 



A future homemaker cuts a pattern. 




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Mrs. Lillian Lowrance - Adivsor to F.H.A. 



N. H. S.— Character, Leadership, Scholarship, & Service 



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BOTTOM: C. Lappen, R. Pink, M. Matskin, C. Jeed, P. Rosenberg. MIDDLE: R. Ernest, II Goodman, 
R. Sneider, S. Brass. TOP: P. Costa, B. Crowley, P. Maloof, E. Davis. 



National Honor Society 

The National Honor Society, Joseph W. Daly chapter of Randolph High, is based on 
the four qualities of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Although the society 
determines its membership on the possession and application of these qualities, it strives 
to strengthen these virtues among its students. This year, the NHS has continued to 
expand and operate the bookstore. 





Ruth Ernest, and Karen Berman catch 
Eric Davis red handed. 





Mr. Donald Nelson, Advisor to the National 
Honor Society. 



National Honor Society Officers: Stephen Brass, Karen Berman, 
Jean Ekman, Eric Davis, Paul Maloof, President. 



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Chorus 




The chorus meets twice a week during school 
and performs at various concerts throughout the 
year. Students are given the opportunity to 
develop their voices and gain a cultural back- 
ground in music. They also gain musical growth 
by participating in various musical festivals. In 
this way they are given the opportunity to 
perform with talented singers from other com- 
munities. 



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BOTTOM-R. Gameun, E. Richmond, C. Cullinane, S. McCambly, M. Milne, M. 
Fidrocki, P. Moody, D. Hazel, L. Cunliff, L. McDonald, M. Schoolcraft, G. Henrich.J. 
Lerro. SECOND-C. Spiro, V. O'Hare, J. Donovan, J. Goldman, D. Rizzi, P. Pearlstein, 
C. Dew, L. Lavin, L. Crimmins, P. Lyons. THIRD— J. Constantino, C. Eastmond, M. 
Frack, K. LeBlanc, J. Condlin, M. Warren, M. Tuv, M. Warren, P. Vennick, M. Tucker, 
G. Yaffe. TOP-R. Feldman, E. Guion, D. Lipof, J. Stevens, R. Rossman, G. Cushing, 
R. Hyman, R. Brenner, R. Sneider. 





Mr. Rapoza and his band members eagerly await the outcome of the 
football game. 



Paul Maloff and Wayne Daugherty rehearse before a football game. 




Randolph High School Band 



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Future Teachers Club 




Future Teachers Club: BOTTOM: L. 
Pearlman. S. Gnshaver, N. Blotner, J. 
Kramer, J. Doran, G. Forman, E. 
Stepner. D. Stone, C. Spiro, M. 
Speier, L. Meckler, R. Gamzun, P. 
Rosenberg, B. Churnaik, E. Simmons, 
B. Bello, E. Richmond, J. Rossman, 
M. Bornstein. SECOND: R. Pink. S. 
Rosen, G. Caramanaca, E. Rodberg, 
E. Weiss, E. Issner, F. Fisher, K. 
Rogers, M, Matzkin, I. Goodman, M. 
Lapides, J. Vaughn, E. Ferragamo, L. 
Cunliffe, J. Benson, S. Weiner, N. 
Levine, D. Hayes, B. Goodman, P. 
Moody. THIRD: R. Ernest, L. Bern 
stein, S. Cohen, C. Rubin, D. Derry, 
L. Mogul, L. Leiken, K. O'Connor, D. 
Leibovitz, R. Goldman, M, Donahue, 
B. Tankanow, C. Spiro, C. Sibulkin, 
E. Koltov, S. Betterman. TOP: J. 
Rosenberg, J. Goldman, C. Hartley, 
J. Tompson, M, Solon, R. Rothman, 
R. Gettleman, M. Cohen. S. Seigel, A. 
Every, M. Tucker, S. Seigel, A. Leon 
dar, A. Greene, D. Moore, P. Con 
nniiv R. Shaev. 




For those students inclined toward the teaching pro- 
fession, the Future Teachers Club proves to be a profit- 
able organization. This year, the club underwent a change 
in advisors, from the founder of the club. Miss Martha 
Foley, to Miss Anne Hutchinson. The club also started a 
tutoring program of young children so that its members 
could receive first-hand experience. Other programs in- 
clude Student Helpers and Club trips. To further aid its 
prospective teachers, the Future Teachers Club tries to 
keep interest keen among its membership. 



Members of Future Teachers Club: M. Burly, P. Watson, J. 
Rosenberg, S. Zol, A. Bornstein, and A. Leondar in the library. 




Officers: Sharon Collossi, Linda Cotter, Judy Swinimer, Martha 
Tuv, Sandy Sweeney. 



Future 

Nurses 

Club 




Mrs. Emma Donahue takes John Orgil's 
temperature. 




BOTTOM: K. Niven, N. Speier, G. 
Maloof, P. Cotter, L. Leverone, C. 
Gionet, D. Renna, C. Ryan. 
MIDDLE: C. O'Riley, L. Bernstein, 
M. Warren, J. Vanshyndel, S. 
Sweeney, T. Emanuel, M. Sacone. 
TOP: L. Broussard, J. Swinimer, M. 
Tuv, A. Chaffe, L. Cotter. 



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Precision and Grace 
During 

Half-Time Routines 



DRILL TEAM 

Spectators at our football games receive an entertaining 
surprise when our drill team marches onto the field at 
half-time. After many long hours of practice, the girls display 
percision and grace in their intricate routines. The show- 
manship of our applause-winning drill team never fails to lend 
excitement and pleasure to every fortunate spectator. 




BOTTOM-K. Torpey, S. Derby, L. Gruberski, D. McFarland, J. McDonough, E. Penney, A. Volovick, J. O'Brien, M. McCarthy. MIDDLE-E. 
Rodberg, K. Smart, L. Noyes, N. Campbell, J. Berthalot, T. Nelson, C. Pantano. TOP-S. Daly, L. Rachin, J. Adanis, K. Finnerart, C. Bradnese, K. 
O'Riley, A. Connolly, M. Gallagher. 



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TWIRLERS 

Together with the drill team and band, the Twir- 
lers put on half-time shows that dazzle unprepared 
spectators. With precision and skill, they twirl their 
batons in delightful routines. Daily practices during 
and after school have proved fruitful as our twirlers 
perform with unparalleled skill. 



COLOR GUARD-G. Johnson, C. Eastmond, J. Cunha, P. 
Gettleman. 





BOTTOM-J. O'Brien, C. McGrory, D. Torpey, G. Coburn.S. Derby, R. McCann, 
S. Rosen, D. Hayes, P. Richards, J. Foster, K. Cullen, V. DeFelice. SECOND-J. 
McDonough — Head, L. Noyes, J. Lynch, C. Pantano, E. Rodberg, L. DeCinque, M. 
McCarthy, W. Larson, M. Leavitt, A. Volovick, K. Smart, T. Nelson, J. Berthalot, 
D. McFarland-Lieutenant. THIRD-L. Gruberski, 2nd Lieutenant, K. A'Hern, P. 
Kelly, E. Butts, P. Campbell, F. Donohue, K. O'Connor, C. McNamara, M.A. 
Coughlin, G. Cavenaugh, N. Campbell, D. Hayes, K. Torpey, E. Penney. TOP— M. 
Gallagher, J. Francis, S. Daly, A. Connelly, C. Bradnese, J. Adams, L. Rachin, D. 
Dunn, K. Donovan, K. Finneran, K. O'Riley, S. Norton. 



DRILL TEAM HEADS-J. McDonough-Head, E. Penney- 
2nd Lieutenant, L. Gruberski —Sub-Lieutenant, D. McFar- 
land— 1st Lieutenant. 





TWIRLERS-BOTTOM-M. Boothby. SECOND-K. Collins, J. Beder. THIRD-D. 
Churchill, K. Lally, S. Major. FOURTH-M. Donohue, P. Penney, R. Rizzo. 
TOP— J. Nitenson, C. Powers— Captain, M. Tuv— Drum Majorette, P. Canavan. 



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BOTTOM: C. Lappen, E. Davis, C. Saunders, S. Major, M. Matzkin, K. Lally, N. Conners, R. 
McCann, E. Bakerman, M. Speier . MIDDLE: P. Costa, C. Sebulkin, J. McNelis, K. Spiro, M. 
Tucker, M. Mace, L. Mogel, C. Penta, D. Liebewitz, I. Goodman. TOP: S. Rice, J. Werner, A. 
Every, A. Green, L. Etcoff, K. Elliot, D. Lesser, B. Kaplan, L. Lyken, B. Baird. 

The Oceanography Club Explores 

the Ocean 

BOTTOM: B Mamn, I. Goodman, J. Werner, R. Goldman, J. Adamski. MIDDLE: R. 
Greenberg, M. Locke, D. Mofford, D. Lesser, G. Abend. TOP: M. Frack, K. Elliot, S. Noyes, 
K. Young. 




Studying the past 
to learn the future 

Political Science 
Club 



"Steven Brass pointing the way!" 

M. Mogul, P. Costa, L. Lyken, C. Douglas, C. 

Lappin, S. Brass. 




Mr. Bourgeois, S. Hershoff, R. Salzman, D. Lesser, 
R. Goldman. 



OCEANOGRAPHY CLUB 

Students interested in marine life will 
find that the Oceanography Club offers an 
interesting and educational program con- 
sisting of field trips, lectures, and the oppor- 
tunity for individual research. 



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Spanish Club 




FIRST ROW: E. Carey, B. Bello, M. Matzkin, S. Weiner, E. Simmons, B. Manin, N. 
Blotner. SECOND ROW: M. Speier, S. Cohen, C. Hazel, S. Betterman, N. Sheppard, G. 
Camaranaca. THIRD ROW: L. Bernstein, D. Derry, C. Winston, L. Goldman, G. 
Johnson, I. Goodman. 




Mrs. Carrie Regenstein, advisor to the Spanish 
Club. 




BOTTOM: J. Chew, R. Goldman, S. Rosen, B. Manin. MIDDLE: E. Weiss, R. Keene, 
M. Weiner, R. Kibbee. TOP: G. Kyer, D. Lesser, S. Hershoff, W. Philbrick. 



Preserving the 

Memoirs of 

Randolph High School 

Photography Club 



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Steven Rosen, Richard Goldman, and Miss Dorothy Skeels develop film Richard Goldman, John Chew, Steven Rosen, and Richard Salzman use 

in the darkroom. photography equipment. 

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Our Cheerleaders Promote and 
Encourage School Spirit. 





Senior members Captain Mai Broderick, Kathy O'Brien, and Cathy O'Gorman. 




Members of the cheerleaders pose in a pyramid. 



Whether in victory or defeat, the cheerleaders spark spirit 
throughout the student body. 

Many hours of practice go into perfecting their precision 
cheers. We salute the cheerleaders and their advisor, Mrs. Carol 
Cahill. 



Donna Kritzman dresses up a turkey to spark the students 
at the Thanksgiving game rally. 



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The cheerleaders jump off the bench as our basketball team scores two points. 




Captain Mai Broderick, dressed in warpaint, 
leads the girls in the Thanksgiving rally. 




ROW 1: S. McCambly, P. O'Gorman, Capt. M. Broderick, A. Stone, D. Kritzman. ROW 2: M. Connelly, R. Fahey, J. Donovan, K. O'Brien, C. 
0'Gorman,S. Wickey. 



143 



Know/edge Through the 
Wealth of Books 




Miss Foley's Advanced Composition Class utilizes the library. 

LIBRARY CLUB 

Under the supervision of Mrs. Arlene Appleton, the Library has been 
used more this year than any other. The reason for this is the wide 
variety of reference materials, fiction, and magazines made available to 
the students at RHS. Mrs. Appleton heads a competent staff of students 
who work during their free periods and after school. The Library Club 
is proud to help RHS students improve their education. 




Mrs. Aileen Appleton, Librarian, makes good use of the card 
catalog. 




LIBRARY STAFF: BOTTOM: E. Weiss, M. Tucker, S. Richardson, J. Yundt, R. Goldman. MIDDLE: L. Goldman, M. Weaver, K. Young, D. Moore, 
K. Rodgers, S. Saltzburg. TOP: M. Small, E. Weiss, M. Greenberg, B. Gerber. 



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Achievement Award Assembly 





The Academic Achievements Statuettes, a symbol of 
academic excellence. 



Tim Crowley receives his Academic 
Award from Mr. Louis Rizzo. 

Each year the student body 
eagerly await the Achievement 
Award Assembly. A statuette, a 
symbol of highest achievement in a 
particular subject, is awarded. In ad- 
dition, a statuette is awarded to an 
outstanding teacher or member of 
the community. Last year the re- 
cipient was Mr. Robert Brady, the art 
teacher who had given much time 
and energy to activities at school. 



ACADEMIC 
AWARDS 




Our bulletin board displays the coming Academic 
Awards. 



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Mr. Louis Rizzo presents Mr. 
Robert Brady with an hon- 
orary achievement award. 






















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1968 STATISTICS 



Randolph 6 

Randolph 8 

Randolph 

Randolph 16 

Randolph 22 

Randolph 20 

Randolph 20 

Randolph 21 

Randolph 14 



Middleboro 12 

Bridgewater-Raynham 16 



Whitman-Hanson 


6 


Rockland 





Silver Lake 


18 


Scituate 


12 


Plymouth-Carver 


12 


Abington 


6 


Hingham 


47 




Head coach Phil Carlino and coaches Michael Adessa, Andrew McCarthy, and 
Frank Shedlock. 




BOTTOM: S. Corey, F. Small, A. Aullivan, B. McCurdy, N. Wells, J. 
Conley, N. Clapp, S. George, T. Tolson, S. Marcus. ROW 2: J. Lavin, S. 
Brack, R. George, A. Gurner, B. Maria, M. Berger, P. Wengler, F. 
Campbell, J. Richardi, S. Wigfall, S. Carleton. ROW 3: Coach Carlino, 



Coach Shedlock, T. Yarde, J. Callahan, G. Gettleman, M. Cohen, R. 
Noblin, P. Martin, R. Gallagher, Coach Adessa, Coach McCarthy. TOP: 
M. Driscoll, E. Rotman, D. Previti, N. Kierman, S. Borbeau, J. Young, 
M. Gelb, A. O'Brien, P. Poto, H. Colcord, D. Zecchini. 



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Captain Norm Wells gets tackled after a substantial gain. 



It takes four men to take down Sam Wigfall. 




After a three game loss, the Blue Devils rallied to win five 
of their final six games for a 5-4 record. 

Despite numerous injuries, the players never stopped 
fighting. The new head coach, Mr. Philip Carlino, never 
wavered and proved to be an inspiration to every member of 
the team. 




Miss Football 1968 — Jane McDonough 




Captains Jim Conley and Norm Wells. 



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Ice Hockey 




BOTTOM ROW: B Coyle, J. Young, R. Dower, T. Tolson, J. Joy, R. 
Keyes, J Galway. MIDDLE: Coach M. Adessa, K. Clarke, S. Bootby, B. 



Kahn, D. Hewer, D. Wessen, D. Warner. TOP ROW: J. Kuzmiski, R. 
Furler, R. Tolson, F. Somoa, J. Connors. 



In its first year at Randolph, ice hockey established itself as 
another successful varsity sport. Coach "Mike" Adessa did an 
outstanding job in leading his team to a third place finish of 
12-3 in the newly formed Southeastern League. Since the team 
was dominated by underclassmen, Randolph may look for- 
ward to at least several more years of good, solid hockey. 



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Golf Team 
Flourishes 



After posting one of the better seasons in recent 
years, the golf team is eagerly awaiting the coming 
season. Although several top players graduated in 
] 968, four experienced lettermen are returning. 
Coach Joe Zapustas has expressed high hopes that his 
team will continue to perform successfully in 1969. 



Rich Cowgil tees off. 



R. Cowgil, R. O'Brien, C. Campbell, E. Young, M. Fox, W. 
Doherty, H. Colcord. 




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Cross Country Repeats 
Outstanding Record 

The cross-country team gets timed in the two mile. 




Paul McElroy prepares for the beginning of a race. 

CROSSCOUNTRY 

The R.H.S. cross country team continued their undefeated 
streak in the Old Colony League again this year, going 
unbeaten for the 8th straight year. Senior Paul McElroy broke 
4 course records while winning every meet. Seniors Dave 
Dulong and Tim Crowley, along with junior Walter Clark and 
John Gionet, provided excellent depth. 

1968 Cross Country O.C.L. CHAMPIONS 

Randolph 16 Bridgewater-Raynham 39 

Randolph 20 Hingham 35 

Randolph 15 Rockland 44 

Randolph 15 Scituate 42 

Randolph 24 Silver Lake 31 

Randolph 17 Quincy 41 

Randolph 16 Whitman-Hanson 39 

Randolph 19 Middleboro 36 

Randolph 22 Plymouth-Carver 34 

BOTTOM: M. Milner, D. Dulong, J. Chew, J. LeVangie, Bruce Sandler, Guiney, R. Eliot. TOP: Coach Malcolm Hill, J. Gracey, Richard Sneider, 
Walter Clark, Robert Gionet, Co-Capt. Paul McElroy, Co-Capt. Dave Dulong, Tim Crowley, Steven Fahey. 




Coach Malcolm Hil 
line. 



records the time as Dave Dulong crosses the finish 



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P. Maguire, T. Crowley, P. McElroy, A. Sullivan, J. Joyce, J. Conley, K. 
Lord, D. Elliot, D. Dulong, S. Metzler, N. Wells, A. O'Brien. 



Winter and 
Spring Track 



WINTER TRACK 
Randolph returned to their winning ways again this year as 
they captured the championship in the tough Division II of the 
MET League with a perfect 6-0 record. This season marked the 
fourth undefeated year for the Randolph Blue Devils since 
coming into the league five years ago. Outstanding performers 
include senior Paul McElroy in the 2 mile, senior Terry Yarde 
in the high jump, and junior Walter Clark in the 600 yd. dash. 

METROPOLITAN TRACK LEAGUE - DIV. II 



Randolph 


49 


Milton 


37 


Randolph 


47 


Arlington 


38 


Randolph 


44 


Rindge Tech. 


42 


Randolph 


49 


Quincy 


36 


Randolph 


46 


Somerville 


40 


Randolph 


54 


Newton South 


32 







Dave Dulong competes. 



Paul McElroy, star distance runner, pauses from a strenuous workout. SPRING TRACK - 1969 RECORD 5 WINS 4 LOSSES 



Coach Mai Hill reviews strategy with his team. 




Randolph 


63 


Scituate 


68 


Randolph 


63 


Abington 


66 


Randolph 


82 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


49 


Randolph 


87 


Middleboro 


30 


Randolph 


45 


Hingham 


86 


Randolph 


95 


Whitman— Hanson 


36 


Randolph 


76 


Plymouth-Carver 


55 


Randolph 


70 


Silver Lake 


61 


Randolph 


56 


Rockland 


75 



3rd Place in O. C. L. Championship Meet 



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Team Spirit Highlights Season 




BOTTOM: J. Singer, F. Tempesta, D. Green, A. Standre, P. Sullivan. TOP: Coach D. Carey, N. Swartz, T. Yarde, R. Maria, R. Noblin, L. Conrad. 



BASKETBALL 

This year's basketball team suffered a poor season, com- 
piling a 4-14 record in the O. C. L. The team showed good 
hustle and a pressing defense, but a lack of height proved 
disasterous in their losses. Seniors Fred Tempesta, Bob Maria, 
and Terry Yarde provided the scoring punch with seniors 
Dennis Green and Lee Conrad also getting their share. First 
year coach Don Carey has juniors Paul Sullivan, Neil Swartz, 
Jan Singer, Arthur St. Andre, and sophomore Mackie Noblin 
returning next year to provide some good experience. 



Dennis Green shoots over the Rockland opposition as Bob Maria gets 
ready for the rebound. 







BASKETBALL 




Randolph 


44 


Hingham 


58 


Randolph 


47 


Plymouth-Carver 


86 


Randolph 


45 


Abington 


65 


Randolph 


45 


Whitman-Hanson 


52 


Randolph 


55 


Rockland 


66 


Randolph 


48 


Silver Lake 


72 


Randolph 


54 


Bridge water-Raynham 


65 


Randolph 


60 


Middleboro 


55 


Randolph 


48 


Scituate 


61 


Randolph 


52 


Hingham 


51 


Randolph 


43 


Plymouth-Carver 


66 


Randolph 


45 


Abington 


71 


Randolph 


45 


Rockland 


84 


Randolph 


62 


Whitman-Hanson 


51 


Randolph 


45 


Bridge water-Raynham 


50 


Randolph 


43 


Silver Lake 


88 


Randolph 


61 


Scituate 


52 


Randolph 


50 


Middleboro 


89 




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of Randolph Varsity 




Terry Yarde jumps shot against Rockland. 



Fred Tempesta hits for two as Terry Yarde waits under the basket. 





Jan Singer sinks a fifteen foot jump shot against Rock- 
land. 



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A Basketball Salute 






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The Team in Action 






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A Special Thank-You To Our Parents . 



PARENTS 



Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Powderly 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Betterman 

Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Siegel 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Etcoff 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Newcomb 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ernest 

Mrs. Janet Rodgers 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Ferragamo 

Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Block 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Conrad 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Barkhouse 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Solon 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Fleischman 

Mrs. Virginia A. Jope 

Mr. and Mrs. Evern Hazel 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Silva 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rush 

Mr. and Mrs. Sumner A. Leondar 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Getchell 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Saunders 

Mr. Robert C. Fernald Sr. 

Mrs. Virginia M. Daley 



Mr. and Mrs 
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Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 
Mrs. Phyllis 
Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 
Mr. and Mrs 



Alvin J. Berthelot 

Raymond P. Rosenberg 
. James J. Sweeney 
. Angelo Tempesta 
. A. Raymond Metzler 
. Jay Gettleman 
. Sidney Teperow 
. Joseph A. McElroy 
. Russell Grant 
Clay 
. Leo Shaer 

A.E. Maloof 
. Barney Sneider 

Edward I. Pearlstein 

Butch Fearer 

Philip Andler 
. Samuel J. Davis 

Peter E. Ryan 
. Lewis Raymond 

Frank Koltov 
. Carl Douglas 



Loyal Boosters, and Alumni 



ALUMNI BOOSTERS 



Richard Goldman 69 

Bonnie Tankanow 70 

Gail Forman 71 

Sheila Chartkoff 71 

Marcia Solon 69 

Howard Solon 71 

Amy Hershoff 71 

Ann Marie Raymond 69 

Maureen Golddman 69 

Debbie Berryman 71 

Judy Yundt 69 

Myrna Tucker 69 

Laurie Goldman 70 

Denise Blanchard 70 

Roberta Fitzgerald 

Elaine Rodberg 69 

Warren Beard 69 

Sheryl Betterman 69 

Leslie Block 69 

Lots Mekler 69 

Mai Brodenck 69 

Kathi Kiley 68 

Mrs. Jessie Bogue 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Oilshver & Family 

Shelley Medmck 71 

Mr. & Mrs. M. Gruber & Family 



Michele Etcoff 72 
Hillary Saffer 75 
Alan Castaline 67 
Enid Koltov 69 
Mr. John Zapustas 
Barbara Franke 69 
Paul Maloof 69 
Gail Maloff 70 
Sandi Cohen 70 
Mrs. Clara Denise 
Janet Rodgers 
Paul Munroe 
Ray Jusseaume 
Janice Lerro 70 
Lew Etcoff 69 
Alan Gold 69 
Ruth Shurrocks 
Tim Crowley 69 
Roberta Rothman 69 
Eileen Welch 69 
Elaine Rodberg 69 
Stewart Rosen 70 
Linda Fernald 69 
Robin Gettleman 69 
David Dulong 69 
Robert Hyman 69 



Steve Weisberg 69 

Richard Sneider 69 

Linda Fearer 69 

Paul Ankener 69 

Jeff Gordon 69 

Walter A. Hesford 64 

Carl Douglas 69 

Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney 

Miss Winifred Brennan 

Miss Eleanor Brewster 

Miss Anna Good 

Mr. Anthony Abbruzzi 

Mr. Dominic Papa 

Miss Adele Papa 

Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Rossetti 

Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Simone 

Diane Hyman 64 

Anne Rudzinski 69 

Janice M. Adams 64 

Jean Ekman 69 

Ethel Weiss 69 

Jane Rosenberg 69 

Richard Andler 69 

Carletta Eastmond 69 

Eric Davis 69 



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. . And Our Teachers For Their Faith In Us. 



Mr. James L. Topham 
Mrs. Cyrol T. Powderly 
Mr. Lawrence Apostolon 
Mrs. Arlene Appleton 
Mr. John Atwood 
Miss Barbara Barr 
Miss Victoria Beresteky 
Miss Nancy Boland 
Mr. Joseph Bourgeois 
Mr. Arthur Bumpus 
Mrs. Carol Cahill 
Mr. Donald Carey 
Miss Marie Cirelli 
Mr. Paul Connors 
Miss Linda Cormier 
Mr. David Cronin 
Mrs. Carol Decost 
Miss Paula Delaney 
Miss Marion Diemond 
Mr. Winston Fairfield 
Miss Martha Foley 
Mr. Laurence Goldstein 
Mrs. Katherine Groon 
Miss Marilyn Hawkes 
Mr. Malcolm Hill 



FACULTY BOOSTERS 

Miss Barbara Hughes 
Mr. John Hurley 
Miss Anne Hutchinson 
Mr. Richard Kaegael 
Miss Eleanor Kelley 
Mr. Paul Kelley 
Mr. Paul King 
Mrs. Anne Kirkpatrick 
Mr. Robert Kondracki 
Mr. Thomas Lane 
Mr. Paul Lehtinen 
Mrs. Lillian Lowrance 
Miss Barbara Maggio 
Mr. Nicholas Mackey 
Mr. Edward Mashrick 
Mr. Ronald Mavor 
Mrs. Helen McGonigle 
Mr. Dennis McKee 
Miss Ellen McKendry 
Mr. Leo McGuirk 
Mr. Authur Mullaney 
Mr. Donald Nelson 
Mrs. Jean Noblin 
Mr. Kevin O'Brien 
Mr. William O'Brien 



Miss Barbara O'Neill 
Mr. John Papa 
Mr. Theodore Pina 
Mr. Samuel Polio 
Mr. Richard Power 
Mr. Leonard Rapoza 
Mrs. Carrie Regenstein 
Mrs. Ann Roper 
Mr. Philip Saba 
Mr. James Santry 
Mrs. Sara Scolnick 
Miss Sheila Shapiro 
Mr. Frank Shedlock 
Miss Ruth Shurrocks 
Miss Dorothy Skeels 
Mrs. Ann Skelly 
Mr. Anthony Vellante 
Mr. Charles White 
Mrs. Ann Whouley 
Mr. Herbert Wolfer 
Mr. Joseph Zapustus 
Mr. John Zipeto 
Mrs. Ann DerMarderosian 



The staff salutes our Doctors, Dentists, Phar- 
macists, Lawyers . . . Our Business men for their help, 
cooperation, and generous contributions to our book. 



DOCTORS 



DENTISTS (D.M.D.) 



Dr. J. P. Amerena 
Dr. John T. Berry 
Dr. Morris C. Cross 
Dr. Andrew P. Foley 
Dr. Harry L. Fulchino 
Dr. Norman Jepsky 
Dr. John P. Noonan 
Dr. Mayer Rubenstein 
Dr. Wm. C. Sloane 
Dr. Russell F. Thompson 
Dr. David B. Weiner 
Dr. Charles Rosenthal 
Dr. Robert F. Moore 
Dr. J.V. McGuirk Jr. 



Dr. Hersch C. Altman 
Dr. Alan M. Chyten 
Dr. Domenic A. Conca 
Dr. Frederick E. Connelly 
Dr. A. Zelig Dern 
Dr. Milton S. Glassman 
Dr. John L. Hickey 
Dr. Wm. M. Leavitt 
Dr. Arthur A. Weiner 
Dr. and Mrs. Selig G. Zase 

Dr. Farrell C. Gallaway, Eye Doctor 
Dr. Robert W. LeLacheur, Chiropodist 
Dr. E.A. Barce D.V.M. 



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B.CLAFF & SONS, INC 



QEDn 



506 Warren Avenue 



Brockton, Mass. 



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SALAMONE SHOE REPAIR 



Expert Shoe Repairing 



95 No. Main Street 



BRADY AUTO SUPPLY INC. 

Firestone Dealer 

307 N. Main Street 
963-2270 



CURRAN HARDWARE 



No. Main Street 
Randolph 



FRANK KOLTOV 


SAUL 


KRUSKALL 


RANDOLPH KOSHER MEAT MARKET 


961-2931 


41 North 


Main Street 




Randolph, 


Mass. 02368 



Wearables 


THE LLOYD'S OF RANDOLPH 


123 N. Main Street 



SAL'S BARBER SHOP 

4 Barbers 

264 N. Main St. 
Randolph Mass. 



CARLTON HAIRSTYLISTS 

Fernades Plaza 

963-9750 

Wigs and Falls at Lowest Prices 



Compliments of 



RICHARD'S HAIRSTYLISTS 



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Before you accept 
that first job . . . 

Look over 

your 

employer 

as carefully 

as he does 

you 



What's the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to 
work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? 
Pleasant surroundings? 



Will I be working with others my 

friendly? Do they socialize after hours? 



own age? Are they 



Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good, hard work, 
but won't explode if I make a mistake? 

Will I make a decent week's pay? Have a chance for raises, 
advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? 

Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through 
high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? 



Note: Many young men and women in this area can 
answer "Yes" to these questions. They work for New 
England Telephone. 

Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon 
. . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor 
to tell you when and where to apply. 




f§j^ New England Telephone 

Part of the Nationwide Bell System 



An rqnal opportunity employe'' 




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Compliments Of 



WARREN PHARMACY 



L. O. SASS 



Florists 



MACDONALDS PHARMACY 



RED FEATHER FARM 

Eggs — Barbecue Chicken — Poultry 

Tel. 963-4322 

Wm. J. Davis 
Proprietor 

148 High Street 
Randolph, Mass. 



TIMOTHY LYONS 

Attorney - at - Law 

15 No. Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 



ATTORNEY ROBERT L. SCHNEIDER 



9 Memorial Parkway 



ARTHUR M. DONAHUE, JR. 



Attorney 



BEST WISHES CLASS OF '69 



JOHN-HARVEY COIFFURES 



Of Randolph. 



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Congratulations Graduates 



LESTER E. CALLAHAN 



Attorney at Law. 



Congratulations Graduates 



CHARLES A. GEORGE 



Attorney at Law. 



To Enhance Your Total Look 

JULIANNA 

53 North Main Street 
Randolph, Massachusetts 02368 
Telephone: 961-3427 



HAWKINS DODGE 



Phone: 963-3100 



Everything in Fabrics - 


- Woolens — Knitting Accessories 


RANDOLPH FABRICS & YARNS, INC. 


Draperies 


Made To Order 


Elias Gordon 


90 North Main Street 


963-9784 


Randolph, Mass. 



STEWIE'S 



Gasoline, Range and Fuel Oils 



CHEVROLET 



Phone WO 3-2040 



CURHAN CHEVROLET, INC. 

330 North Main Street 

Randolph, Massachusetts 

(Adjacent to Fernandes Shoppers Plaza) 

OK 
Used Cars 



961-9898 



Leo J. Menconi. Prop. 



WOODLAWN CLEANERS INC. 



"For the Finest in Dry Cleaning 
And Shirt Laundering" 
Expert Tailoring 



334 North Main St. 



Randolph, Mass. 



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Wood lawn 3-6830 


ADAMS BEAUTY SALON & BARBER SHOP 


Wally & Germaine Adams 


45-47 N. Main St. Randolph, Mass. 



VAL'S FLOOR MAINTENANCE 



"For those nicer floors" 



963-2523 



963-5006 



B. HORLINK, JEWELER 



105 No. Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 

REED AND BARTON AND LUNT 

Sterling — Pierced Earrings — Diamonds 
Charms. 



RANDOLPH DRUG 



'TRINQUE'S" 



64 No. Main Street 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



BARBARAS TOTS TO TEENS 



COLEMAN'S LIQUOR STORE 



RANDOLPH SHOPPING CENTER 



One HOUR 



mm. 



the most 



m 



DRY CLEAniOG 



Tailoring — Shirt Service And 

Storage Facilities. 

961-9827 




RUSSELL EDWARDS 



Air Conditioned 



3 Modern Salons 



Hair Stylists 

No. Randolph 
1104 No. Main St. 
Woodlawn 3-7061 



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Compliments of 



WOODLAWN PHARMACY 



Paul Slotnick - Martin Pecker 



Compliments of 



PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY 

42 Diauto Drive 
Randolph 



If it's drugs, we have it!" 



ZEPPY'S BAIGEL BAKERY 



Randolph 

All varieties Bread, Cakes, Rolls 
Hot Baigels — Mini Pastries 

963-9837 

963-7022 



KIERMAN REAL ESTATE 



1102 North Main St. 



Randolph, Mass. 



GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 1969 



SOUTH SHORE REAL ESTATE 



LYNCH REAL ESTATE 



DRINKWATER FLORISTS 



WEST STREET, RANDOLPH 



SUBURBAN INDOOR TENNIS 



"THE GAME for THE ENTIRE FAMILY" 



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GOOD LUCK CLASS of 1969 



J. A. LOMBARDI, ESQ 



Class of 1946 



Good Luck To The Class Of '69 



GRANTS 



Compliments Of 



NORFOLK HOMES 
REAL ESTATE 





Best of Luck 


[Gulf) 


RINTONE'S GULF SERVICE 


OPEN "- DA'S 


1201 North Main St. 




Randolph, Mass. 




Tel.: 963-9877 




OPEN 7 DAYS 



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FLOORS THE RAY WAY 



Broadloom — Carpet — Linoleum 



963-7576 



WOODLAWN CARD & RECORD SHOPPE 




Woodlawn 3-5766 




BEST WISHES 


PHONOGRAPH 
RECORDS 


GREETING 
CARDS 
111 North Main Street 
Randolph, Massachusetts 



LONG'S JEWELERS 



Southshore Plaza 
Braintree, Mass. 

VI 3-1435 






CARTWRIGHT FUNERAL HOME 



North Main Street 



Randolph 



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F. DIAUTO AND SON 

Lumber and Fuel Inc. 

87 Warren Street 

Randolph, Mass. 

963-331 1 



WELCH AND WELCH 

963-7071 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW 
Suite 9 and 10 
10 Diauto Drive 
Randolph, Massachusetts 02368 

Joseph R. Welch Residence 963-9465 



STANNEY'S 

Friday 7-12 
Saturday, Sunday 9—11 

Ice Cream and Sandwich Club 

300 Union St., Holbrook 
607 Center St., Brockton 



Compliments Of 

FERNANDES 

Fernandes Plaza 
Randolph, Mass. 



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CAPEWAY A.Z.A. 



Salutes the Class of '69 



WOODLAWN 
BOWLARAMA 



Diauto Drive 



Randolph, Mass. 




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BOARD OF SELECTMEN 



Salutes the Class of '69 



JOHN R. O'RILEY. Chairman 



NORMAN B. SILK, Clerk 



JOSEPH J. SEMENSI 



GEORGE F. CULLEN 



PATRICK T. McDONNEL 




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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1969! 



THE RANDOLPH SECONDARY TEACHERS 

ASSOCIATION 



BEST WISHES TO A GREAT CLASS, THE GRADUATES OF '69 




MRS. SIMMONS, MRS. VENNIK, MRS. FLEMING 



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ANNE FRANK B.B.G. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF '69 



THE 
NATIONAL 

HONOR SOCIETY 



SALUTES the SENIORS 




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THE F.H.A. 

SALUTES the GRADUATING CLASS 



THE LIBRARY STAFF 



CONG R A TULA TES GRADUA TING CLASS of '69 



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THETWIRLERS 



SALUTE the SENIORS 




BEST WISHES TO THE SENIORS. 



THE DRAMATICS CLUB 



WISH YOU THE VERY BEST 



IN THE FUTURE. 



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THE BAND 



SALUTES the SENIORS 




1 li 

THE CHORUS 



SALUTES the GRADUATING CLASS 



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IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE 



THE STUDENTS, GRADUATES, and FACULTY OF RANDOLPH 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



THE RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK 



50 So. Franklin Street, Holbrook 



128 No. Main Street, Randolph 



15 Pleasant Street, Stoughton 




~ TEMPESTA BROS. 



Fuel, Sales, Installation, and 
Service. 



17 Flintlock Rd. Randolph. 
WO3-0271 

697 Dudley St. Dorchester 
CO5-4018 



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CHASE & SONS, INC. 



Sponsors of the Randolph School Safety Calendar 



SPIRIT OF ISRAEL B.B.G 



Salutes the Class of '69 



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WRIGHT BROTHER'S 
SPORTS CENTER 

16 CANDLE - pin LANES 

GOLF DRIVING RANGE 

310 SKEET SHOOT 

231 UNION STREET 

HOLBROOK, MASS. 

963-6766 



Compliments of 

HANCOCK BANK AND TRUST CO. 

Randolph Branch 
Opposite the RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL 



Hold Your Class 

Re-union at 

the 

RANDOLPH COUNTRY CLUB 

Accomodates 50 To 400 Persons 
Weddings, Banquets, Testimonals 

Phone 961-2414 



CONGRATULATIONS 



RADIO SHACK CORPORATION 



South Shore Plaza 



Braintree 




THE PROPRIETORS 

OF 

ALICE'S RESTAURANT 



CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF '69 



Joe McElroy - '69 President 

Katie Toomey 

Lew Etcoff - Class Messiah 

Paul "Stripes" McElroy 

Jeff McElroy 

Sharon Colosi 



Kathy Landry 

Clair Teed 

Jim Condlin 

Karen Berman 

Nancy Kelly 

Marcia Solon 

John Markham '68 Pres. 



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DONALD SHOES 



Randolph Shopping Centre 



961-2224 



BRODIL'S BOOTERY 



94 No. Main Street 



Randolph, Mass. 



Compliments Of 



MAROTTA REAL ESTATE 



DELMAR PRINTING COMPANY 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Printers of the 1969 Oracle 

N. E. Representative 
Robert Vantine 

444 Washington St. 
Wellesley, Mass. 02181 


THE WARREN KAY 
VANTINE STUDIO, INC. 

Serving with pleasure 

The members of the 

Class of 1969 

661 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
661 Congress St., Portland, Maine 



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A yearbook is only a shadow. In its pages are published a scant likeness of the people who 
truly live in our memories. We see but the outlines of the daily routine of classes and friends 
that filled our lives for three years. We hope that the few impressions reproduced here serve to 
create a small idea of how we have grown, and how we shall continue to grow. 



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